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Weightless items are items which weigh 0 kg, these are typically noted items but some are equippable. These are usually worn for their aesthetic or defensive qualities during skilling sessions which require a lot of running, common examples include Runecrafting and Agility. There are also a few items which have a negative weight, these are perfect to wear when doing non-combat related activities that require running back and forth between locations. These include spotted and spottier capes as well as penance gloves, boots of lightness and agile clothes.
Whenever training or making money with skills where combat is not needed, all items that increase weight should be unequipped and all weightless items or items that reduce weight should be equipped. This will allow you to run much faster between locations, which may greatly speed up money earned and experience received.
These items are weightless:
- Stackable items (Runes, for example).
- Pirate's hat
- Holiday rewards
- Any colour of Flowers
- Desert Disguise
- All Jewellery (includes rings, amulets, etc.)
- All Mime clothing (Exception of the boots)
- Random Event Lamp
- Fancy and Fighting Boots
- Barrister wig (from court cases)
- Gnome goggles (from Gnome Restaurant)
- Zombie mask, Zombie shirt, Zombie trousers
- 10th squad sigil
- Wildstalker helmet
- Duellist's cap
- Cavalier Hats
- Royal crown
- Sweetcorn and Cooked sweetcorn
- Any kind of potion
- All pieces of the ghostly robes Set
- Wicked hood
- Craftman's monocle
- Robe of Elidinis