# Convert 50 w to kw

So you want to convert 50 watts into kilowatts? If you're in a rush and just need the answer, the calculator below is all you need. The answer is 0.05 kilowatts.

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## How to convert watts to kilowatts

We all use different units of measurement every day. Whether you're in a foreign country and need to convert the local imperial units to metric, or you're baking a cake and need to convert to a unit you are more familiar with.

Luckily, converting most units is very, very simple. In this case, all you need to know is that 1 w is equal to 0.001 kw.

Once you know what 1 w is in kilowatts, you can simply multiply 0.001 by the total watts you want to calculate.

So for our example here we have 50 watts. So all we do is multiply 50 by 0.001:

50 x 0.001 = 0.05

## What is the best conversion unit for 50 w?

As an added little bonus conversion for you, we can also calculate the best unit of measurement for 50 w.

What is the "best" unit of measurement? To keep it simple, let's say that the best unit of measure is the one that is the lowest possible without going below 1. The reason for this is that the lowest number generally makes it easier to understand the measurement.

For 50 w the best unit of measurement is watts, and the amount is 50 w.

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