is there an option in order to convert something to reasonable units per piece?
The main topic is 'spokes':
Weights are given sometimes per 16, 20, 24, 32, 36, 64 or 100 pcs.
Most of the times it might be reasonable to scale this down to total weight, divided by pieces, shown with one decimal unit.
It's not a perfectly fair result:
* weight will depend on spoke length, too.
* weight is interesting for full wheelsets (such as 32 spokes)
But I don't know a better option for comparison than a per spoke definition. I might use e.g. 12 thin spokes left and 24 spokes right on a rear hub.
Maybe the page could offer some extra total weight calculator. A perfect spoke calculator might compute the total weight from weight per unit (maybe scaled to matching spoke length!?) and add the spoke nipples. You might even combine this with a spoke length calculator
ok, dreaming... But I feel that spokes should be displayed in weight per spoke...
It's the main listing where this problem arises. It may have a minor influence on chains which are offered in different chain lengths...