With clear heat-shrink wrap, the PhuBar3 is about 7.5 grams. The heat-shrink stuff works best if I cut it larger than needed, then trim it around the connector after shrinking it. This one has an 8-position header on it, instead of having cables soldered directly to it.
Heat-shrink tubing is the clear 54mm material from this ebay seller:
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