Reviews and Problems with Fellowes IntelliShred C-120Ci
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So far so good
20 May 2015
Excerpt: " My last Fellowes shredder 120-C2 was commercial grade and pretty good, but after a few years started having repeated jams despite good maintenance. The 125Ci definitely will shred a slightly thicker stack without jams. Long term performance remains to be seen.
Summary: This is a great little shredder. Bought it for the office, and we have several years of files that have been put through this trooper, and it works like a champ. Is quiet for a shredder (all things are relative). Highly recommend this , much better than the last one we had!
Excerpt: " I haven't had any problems with my shredder shredding. It does what it says it will do. It is, however, a very messy shredder. When I pull out the bin, paper shreds that are hanging down from the shredder are dislodged, falling on the floor and the base of the shredder (see attached#.
Pros: Sheet Capacity, Quality Construction, Shreds Credit Cards, Staples and CDs, Safety Features, Secure Cut Size, Jam Resistance, Mess Reduction
Cons: Warranty, Service Guarantee, Quiet Operation, shipping package
Excerpt: Shreds quickly, but it makes a mess. The paper bin is difficult to put a bag in, and too messy without one. Every time I shred bits of papers fly. It serves it's purpose and it like it's size, shape, speed, etc., but I just wish it was cleaner and easier to empty.
Summary: This is the absolute best shredder we have found. I'm sure there are larger, and smaller, shredders you can find, but this is a real workhorse. We use this in our law firm, and it gets a lot of punishment. It has outlasted every other shredder we have ever had.
Summary: Most expensive door stopper, forget customer service. Bought for home office in Mexico, overkill I know. Checked with them first, was told warranty is valid in Mexico as well. After shredding about 4000 sheets of aper over a week, heard a loud pop and it stopped working.