I was curious and also looking for a pair of adjustable poles so I picked up a pair of the 120cm's. They weighed in at almost exactly 10oz (without the rubber caps), but I wanted to see how light I could get them so I brought out the exacto knife and trimmed the excess foam and straps. It was a super easy mod as the extra foam is actually its own separate piece apart from the handle and held down by two strips of double sided tape (which came off clean). Didn't save much weight there, just 11.5g. The straps saved another 21.5g. Took less than 5 minutes total, and most of that time was spent looking for the knife. Final post mod weight of the poles was exactly 250g for the pair (246.3 minus the super tiny baskets). Not bad at all considering the price (especially compared to anything else worthy of the UL title). They feel pretty solid once the twist locks are tenshioned and the size of the grips is fine for my hands, now to see how well they test on the trail...
My next trip is a few weeks out still, but it'll be a trial be fire on the AT in Great Smoky Mountains NP - starting at Fontana Dam headed northbound, taking Eagle Creek Trail and looping back - mileage is low (about 30), but eagle creek trail features nearly 20 stream crossings followed by 2Kft elevation gain. If the poles don't perform as expected I'll post that info somewhere on BPL.