HOW TO MEASURE A BOX

Box measurements are always expressed in three dimensions—length, width and depth—and always in that specific sequence. The length and width are the opening dimensions of the box, and the length is always the larger of the two (unless they are equal). The depth is how far you can reach into the box, and is the distance measured perpendicular to the length and width. These measurements always relate to the inside dimensions of the box.

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