In a world of iced mocha cappuccinos and matcha tea lattes, water may not be the most exciting beverage, but it’s essential for life. In fact, the National Academy of Medicine (NAM) recommends a total daily intake of 3.7 liters per day for men and 91 ounces per day for women. However, these amounts are only a guideline—your size, metabolism, location and activity level all factor into how much fluid you need to maintain your health. Plus, not all your water consumption comes from drinks—about 20 percent of the fluid you consume each day comes from food.
How Many Ounces is 2.7 liters?
2.7 liters is equal to how many ounces?
In the metric system, one liter is equal to 1000 milliliters, or mL. You can easily convert mL to ounces by multiplying the number of mL by 1000.
You can also use this conversion tool to see how many liters are in different units of measurement. For example, you can convert 2.7 liters to bottles, gallons and Imperial fluid ounces.
To do this, just choose the unit of measure you want to convert from, enter the value and click “Convert.” The result will be displayed in all three forms: decimal, scientific notation and fraction. Each form offers its own benefits for certain types of calculations and situations, so feel free to select the one that works best for you. The 2.7 l to fl oz conversion calculator is available in both US and UK imperial measurements.