CS:GO Float Value Checker

Credit to Step7750 for creating this tool. His Github link is here. We did not create this tool. We’re simply hosting it.

How To Check Skin Float Value in CS:GO

The CSGO float value checker can provide the float/wear value and paint index of any gun as long as you have the inspect link. The float value of a skin defines its texture wear, and there are different ranges for different float values. Here they are:

Float valueTexture wear
0.00 - 0.07Factory New
0.07 - 0.15Minimal Wear
0.15 - 0.38Field-Tested
0.38 - 0.45Well-Worn
0.45 - 1.00Battle-Scarred

Notice: some skins also come with a maximum and minimum float value. This, for example, goes for the AK-47 Redline. But don’t worry, you’ll also get this info when the lookup has gone through.

Using the tool

To check skin float value in CS:GO, you can simply use the float checker above. You do it this way:

#1 Find the inspect link in Steam Community Market for the skin you want to check. (any inspect link will do.)

inspect skin

source: CSGO Float

#2 Paste the inspect link into the tool and click “Lookup”

connect to server

source: CSGO Float

#3 You’ll have to wait a few seconds. You’ll then see the item data. Look at the image below for an example.

final result of float value check

source: CSGO Float

What is float value and what can I use it for?

The float value system is what the game uses to determine how much is on your skin or knife. When you unbox a weapon, it doesn’t come as brand new, field-tested, or whatever the names are. It comes with a number or a percentage (usually a number). The number goes from 0% – 100% / 0-1.

Small decimals are good whereas big percentages are good. This is because the decimal tells you how much is missing from the skin, whereas the weapon tells how much of the weapon is covered.

The tool above can help you figure out the float value of the weapon, so that you know its condition.

Usually, it’s always the case, that the better condition your skin is in, the more it’s worth.

Note: we also have a bind generator found here. This tool may come in handy.