How many pounds (lbs) are there in a stone?
There are 14 pounds in a stone. The stone and pound are common mass units in the imperial and US customary systems, that is why there are 14 pounds in a stone in both US and UK.
How to convert from stones to pounds?
To convert from stones to pounds, multiply the number of stones "x" by 14.
For example, to find out how many pounds there are in a stone and a half, multiply 1.5 by 14, that makes 21 pounds in 1.5 stones.
You may also use this weight and mass units conversion tool to convert between stones, pounds and other weight & mass units.
What is a stone (st)?
Stone is a unit of mass and 1 stone equals to 14 pounds or 224 ounces in the imperial (UK) and US customary measurement systems. Also 1 stone equals to 6.35029 kilograms. The abbreviation is "st".
What is a pound (lb)?
Pound (lb) is an imperial system mass unit. The pound dates back to the Roman empire and at that time it was called "libra" (that's where the "lb" abbreviation comes from). After the metric system, 1 pound is defined as exactly 0.45359237 kilogram. The abbreviation is "lb".
The list for your reference:
1 Stone = 14 Pounds (lbs)
1/8 st = 1.75 lbs
1/4 st = 3.5 lbs
1/2 st = 7 lbs
1 st = 14 lbs
3/2 st = 21 lbs
2 st = 28 lbs
5/2 st = 35 lbs
For all stones to pounds conversions please check the table below.