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Fellowes 5 Sheet Cross-Cut Shredder

$59.99

Shipping Cost: Free!

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Fellowes 5 Sheet Cross-Cut Shredder

Protect your personal information with the Powershred P-35C Cross-Cut Shredder from Fellowes. Part of the company's line of deskside shredders, this machine is ideal in a home or home office and for individual users who regularly handle sensitive information. It cross-cuts up to five sheets of paper in one pass into unreadable pieces (5/32 inches by 1-9/16 inches) and is tough enough to shred credit cards, staples, and paper clips. Other highlights include a patented safety lock and a 3-gallon bin with a liftoff head and handle.

Features

  • Reliable deskside shredder for personal use
  • Shreds 5 sheets per pass in 5/32" x 1 1/2" cross-cut particles (Security Level 3)
  • Patented safety lock prevents accidental shredder operation
  • Easy empty handle makes waste disposal hassle-free

Shipping Cost: Free!

Return Policy: Within 30 in the original packaging

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  • Great shredder!   »   Most Recent Review “Have used the Fellowes shredder before, and when my old one gave out, didn't hesitate to buy another one! I highly recommend to anyone who needs a shredder”
  • Good shredder for price and size.   »   Most Helpful Reviews “I purchased this shredder about a year and a half ago from a local store (for slightly less cost than available online).”
  • Too Hot To Shred   »   Most Helpful Critical Reviews “This shredder was recommended for light use, for the odd sensitive home document. It does shred, but has major problems with overheating too quickly, which automatically shuts the…”