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My Spare Tire Schwalbe marathon mondial DD tire is 740g =1.64lbs and my Acer Chromebook 11.6in is 3.3lbs and I am packing my Acer Chromebook on my bike touring trips in California to upload Pics from my camera to my Facebook blog
In the US I would not want the extra weight.
most of the pannier is not plastic. They are typically a coated fabric.
I've been touring with the same Ortlieb panniers for over 20,000 miles,
It is not my damp shorts that I worry about.
Actually I think that's a subset of Bike Touring. I'd call it "Credit Card Touring" since you aren't carrying a tent, sleeping gear or cooking gear.
You're not supposed to oil it at all. I endorse your idea to try a new B-17. Don't use anything except Proofide on it. Don't let it get too wet,