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Fellowes 11 Sheet Cross-Cut Paper Shredder (3103202)

  • Model #: 3103202
  • Web Code: 10176713
4.0
(5 ratings)
$99.99

Overview

Designed for personal use in the home, the Fellowes W11C offers reliable performance and still fits your budget. This moderate duty shredder shreds up to 11 sheets per pass into 5/32" x 2" cross-cut particles as fast as 110 sheets per minute.

More Information

  • Equipped with a 9" paper entry that easily accepts letter or legal size documents, the W11C also features durable steel cutters that accept credit cards and staples
  • Safety interlock switch instantly stops shredder when unit is lifted off of the 5-gallon wastebasket
  • Auto start/stop feature ensures quick, easy shredder operation
  • Reverse function easily removes over-fed paper
  • Shreds up to 11 sheets per pass
  • Smaller 5/32" x 2" confetti shredded particles provide higher security and less bulk waste
  • Safely shreds staples and credit cards
  • 9" paper entry accepts any standard or legal size document
  • Safety interlock switch automatically powers off when shredder head is lifted
  • 5-1/2 gallon wastebasket

Manufacturer's Warranty:

  • Labour - 1 Year(s)

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Customer Reviews

4.0 / 5
Based on 5 ratings,5 Reviews
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  • from Toronto, ON
  • Apr 09, 2015
5.0

Excellent choice for a home shredder

The unit's colour is not displeasing to the eye, the footprint on the floor is not intrusive, the noise is not too loud, and the feeder works instantly. There is a safety-lock mechanism that is useful for households with small children.

  • from Hamilton, ON
  • Dec 17, 2014
4.0

Very Pleased with this Shredder

Picked it up during Black Friday for [$price] and so far am happy with it's performance. The only reason for 4 stars is that it is on the noisy side and since we have it in our upstairs on a floating linoleum floor, it definitely intensifies the sound! I haven't had a ton of paperwork to shred yet, but I'm sure it will do the job. It's a good size for our small home office. I also bought the Fellowes Shredder oil and applied that since it is recommended by the manufacturer every time you empty the bin and should help it keep working for a long time. I have an ancient Fellowes shredder from 1994 (model PS 70) that I got from my mom and it is still going strong, but I wanted the cross cut style for added security. That's why I stuck with the Fellowes brand since it has been a good machine over the last 10 years.

  • from Orleans, On
  • Nov 05, 2014
5.0

Shreddies !

Works like a charm. Feed it & it will eat it.

  • from Scarborough, ON
  • Mar 13, 2014
5.0

fellowes 11 sheet cross-cut paper

I have this cross-cut paper shredder from the scarorough store around three weeks.It does a great job, cut the paper into very small bit,it will very hard to see letter on the tiny bit of paper. Just flow the book say. sometime you have to oil the shredder to run well.

  • from Toronto, ON
  • Feb 19, 2013
1.0

disappointing...to say the least

We bought this shredder online. It arrived promptly, looked good to go (albeit a little cheap-looking)...only for it to shred paper for less than 5 minutes when it stopped working. We tried all the troubleshooting options and it still wouldn't work. Needless to say, incredibly frustrating, especially for the price. The only reason we are giving it a rating of 1 out of 5 is because 0 out of 5 isn't an option.

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