The weight results with my measuring devices are not persuasive, but here we go:

1. Kitchen scale - only goes up to 16 ounces (not willing to saw the Aleut in half)

2. Bathroom scale - not meant for items this light; by themselves they wouldn't even register. Nevertheless, I plunged ahead:

my weight plus Aleut - my weight = 1.6 pounds (3 repeats, same result)

my weight plus Shuna - my weight = 1.6 pounds (3 repeats, same result)

my weight plus Nimbus - my weight = 1.6 pounds (3 repeats, same result)

I consider each weight to be (1.6 + or - .05) pounds. So, for example, one could be 1.65 pounds and an other 1.56 pounds.

Then I weighed two at once

my weight plus Aleut plus Shuna - my weight = 3.4 pounds

my weight plus Nimbus plus Shuna - my weight = 3.4 pounds

suggesting the weights are over 1.6 pounds.

Then I got sick of this and quit. Again, I found the results non persuasive ... the wrong application for the bathroom scale. If I actually believed the single-paddle results, the worst case (heaviest) would be that the Aleut weighs 1.65 pounds i.e. ~26 ounces.

If I pull the worst case out of the two-paddle results, I might stretch the Aleut weight to 1.725 pounds or ~27.6 ounces. It might be slightly more realistic to assume the scale does a better job with heavier items, some sort of threshold phenomenon.

Clearly, I need a kitchen scale that goes up to 32 ounces.