How Many 16.9 fl oz Water Bottles Equal a Liter?

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Water bottles come in different sizes to help you live sustainably and conveniently. Getting the right size will help you track your daily water intake and meet your hydration needs.

One of the most common water bottle sizes is the 16.9 oz bottle (500 ml or half a liter), which is the standard size.

The 16.9 bottle measures 2.5 inches in diameter and 8 inches tall.

How many 16.9 fl oz water bottles should you drink in a day? How many 16.9 fl oz water bottles equal a liter? Stick around to get answers to the 2 questions and more.

How Many 16.9 Bottles Should You Drink per Day?

Doctors recommend drinking 8 eight-ounce glasses daily, which amounts to 64 ounces daily. So, if you were to go by this recommendation, you’ll have to drink about 4 bottles of 16.9 oz per day.

How Many 16.9 fl oz Water Bottles Equal a Liter
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But then, drinking 64 ounces of water every day doesn’t work for everyone. Some drink less than 8 glasses of water daily and others more than the recommended amount.

Several factors like health, gender, age, exercise, and climate affect the amount of water a person can consume in a day.

For instance, people who work out a lot of drink as much as a gallon of water per day (128 ounces). This equals 8 16.9 oz bottles of water.

If healthy and don’t engage in a lot of activity during the day, 4 bottles of 16 oz daily might be sufficient. Drink more if you live in an area experiencing a hot and dry climate or if you spend hours working outdoors every day.

How Many 16.9 fl oz Water Bottles Equal a Liter?

1 liter equals 33.814 fluid oz.

To get the number of 16.9 fl oz bottles equal to a liter, divide 33.814 by 16.9 = 2

Therefore, 2 water bottles of 16.9 fl oz equal 1 liter.

FAQs

Q: How many 16.9 bottles make 3 liters?

1 liter of water = 33.814 ounces
3 liters of water = (3 x 33.814) = 101.442 ounces.
To calculate the number of 16.9 bottles in 3 liters, divide 101.442 by 16.9 = 6.002
So, 6 bottles of 16.9 make 3 liters of water.

Q: How many 16 oz water bottles is 2 liters?

1 liter of water = 33.814 ounces
2 liters of water = 67.628 ounces.
To calculate the number of 16 oz water bottles in 2 liters, divide 67.628 by 16 = 4.228
There are four 16 oz bottles in 2 liters.

Q: How many water bottles make a liter?

Two 16.9 oz water bottles make a liter.

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