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Thank you for your question. Each Oldcastle 8 in. x 4 in. x 2.25 in. Harvest Blend Concrete Paver weighs about 6 lbs.
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450 each brick is .222 sq ft. Divide 100 square feet by .222. 100/.222=450 bricks per 100 square feet.
Holding them can challenge but I was able to use a circular saw with masonry blade.
Each brick is .222 square feet. 208 square feet divided by .222 square feet would equal 936 bricks with no extra. I would recommend at least 10% for cutting or bad pavers. This would give you a total of 1001 pavers. The HD paver web page also has a calculator where you can put in the length and width of your project to get a total.
Each paver is .222 square feet so divide 65 by .222 and you get a result of 293 pavers with no extra. 322 pavers will give you a 10% extra margin for cutting.
480 pieces per pallet. 480 * 4" * 8" = 15,360 in sq. Converting square inches to square feet: 15,360 in sq / 144 in sq per ft sq = 106 ft sq. But that is under ideal conditions with 1/8" gap between pavers. Realistically, you can expect to get about 10% less than ideal or 106 * 0.9 = 95.4 ft sq.