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Fellowes Powershred Medium-Duty Confetti-Cut Shredder (Refurbished)
This powerful shredder cross-cuts sensitive documents, turning them into unreadable bits of confetti, which means you can put unwanted papers, including old pay stubs or bank statements, in the recycling bin without having to worry about identity theft.
Shred Multiple Materials
In addition to paper, the shredder can destroy small scraps of metal, such as paper clips and staples, so you don’t even have to bother taking pages apart before you dispose of them. The blades are also strong enough to slice through old credit cards.
Hold Scores of Scraps
The shredder’s spacious wastebin holds up to 5 gallons of paper at once, so you can demolish reams of paper without frequent pauses to empty it out, making the chore more quick and efficient.
The shredder is sophisticated enough to detect if a paper jam is imminent and automatically shuts itself off before that happens. Users can then flip on the manual reverse mode to remove the offending clump of papers and re-sort them for a better fit.
- Cross-cut shredder
- Can also shred credit cards, paper clips, and staples
- 8.75” throat width
- Shred size: 5/32” x 1.5”
- Single-sheet speed: 11ft./min.
- 5-gallon wastebin
- Auto-stopping paper jam prevention
- Overload protection
- Manual reverse mode
- Product dimensions: 9.5”x16”x14.7”
- Condition: refurbished
In 1917, entrepreneur Walter Nickel was running a small business that sold filing boxes when he was called up to serve in World War I. He met tailor Harry Fellowes in their building’s elevator, and before they reached the ground floor, the company had changed hands for only $50. After the war, the two men worked together to create a company that tailored to the changing needs of businesses. Over the years, Fellowes has evolved from its first big product, the Bankers Box, to paper shredders, computer-screen privacy filters, and industrial air purifiers.
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