Fellowes Powershred 8C 8-Sheet Cross-Cut Shredder
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- Makes the ideal deskside companion for personal, light-duty shredding
- Shreds 8 sheets per pass into 5/32" x 1-3/8" cross-cut particles
- Shreds continuously for up to 3 minutes before a 30-minute cooldown period is needed
- Safely shreds credit cards, paper clips, and staples
- Patented safety lock disables shredder
- 3.8-gallon bin has a lift-off head for emptying
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Of the 56 reviewers who responded, 48 would recommend this product.
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- Quieter than my previous Fellowes Shredder- December 19, 2018
My previous Fellowes shredder finally died on me after at least 5 years. I like this new one as it seems much quieter than my previous. The thing I don't like about this is the bin is much smaller than my previous one. So, I would have to empty it out more often. But for the price, this is acceptable. My old one used to trip my power and I had to reset the breakers. I have this new one plugged in on a surge protector. We shall see if it trips my power also.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- Compact shredder that gets the job done.- February 12, 2021
This a replacement of another Fellowes. It died because of my error. The lid with motor was really heavy and I dropped it, twice in one episode! So I got one that is slightly smaller and it's much easier to handle. And it gets the job done. I had read in other reviews that it gets hot after prolonged use and that is true. Luckily, my usage is basic and not hard core. Overall, I'm really satisfied.Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
- great shredder for home office- July 13, 2019
This shredder is great for a home or small office. Have been using it for a month now and haven't had any issues. Even shredded several credit cards easily. It continues to run for a little while after the last sheet runs through to prevent paper getting stuck in the feed. The only thing that would make it better was if you could pull the bin out vs lifting the heavy top off to empty the binYes, I would recommend this to a friend.