Very light and small you can see some laying around in the pics. They are a bit difficult to manage.
Nearly impossible to get out of the carpet.......
When you get a bag DON'T follow the directions for filling. You'll have poly beads all over the place. They are highly electrostatic and after the bag is opened the very slightest compression will shoot beads in a stream.
My instructions: Scrounge up a piece of tubing. I used a brass tube from a old muzzle loader flask that hasn't been used in years. A 3" 410 shot shell w/the head cut off would work. I cut a bag corner to fit the tube then taped the tube into the cut leaving enough tube to insert into the opening in the bags you wish to fill.
The stuff flows like water but the slightest leak results in beads every where. Their instructions recommend a friend to assist. I found this to be not so good. 4 hands were way worse than 2. Its also best to do this when the wife isn't home. And have the Hoover handy.....
I just made the two bags, square w/handles, this evening. The green bag was filled with plastic beads. Buffalobob about laughed me out of camp when he saw what I was carrying. The thing weighed several pounds.:(
All bags shown now have the poly beads and all together weigh, on the bathroom digital scales
, 0.8 lbs. Effectively weightless.
You can see on the bag that the price was $13.99.
You should be able to find them at any crafts or sewing/material store.
Some funny looks can be received when asking dumb questions in those kinds of places so be careful.
If that search doesn't pan out $13.99 + S&H (postage) and an address will do the job.