Reviews and Problems with Fellowes Powershred P-35C
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Really nice product
12 December 2011
Excerpt: This product is recommended if you're using it for personal only or a home office. It's not a heavy duty shredder but it works really well. It's compact, the design is nice and light yet sturdy. My only complaint that its noise level is so high for its size.
Summary: This little shredder does its job but as stated in the above review, do not put for than 2 or 3 sheets at a time. It does take credit cards and shreds them but it seems like it was going to get jammed but it kept working. It is a bit loud but not enough to be annoying. The bin is small but we only use it to shred bank documents and crap the comes in the mail.
Good Product for it's price but don't expect mirac
14 June 2009
Summary: So when the machine arrived finally it was not heavy at all even though it looks kinda big . I plugged it in and started shredding some documents and whatnot ( the maximum pages I would recommend to put in is around 2-3 FLAT pages ) if you are shredding an envelope make sure that it's being put in at a 90 degree angle or the machine might jam ( the same happens if you put more then 3 pages the machine might jam ) .
Excerpt: I purchased this shredder a couple of months ago after our old one died. I got mine from amazon for £34 although I had vouchers so you can probably get it cheaper elsewhere. This is a good, inexpensive price for a shredder although it is one of the more basic models. Appearance This is a small little shredder and takes up very little room. Its dimensions are 22 x 30cm. I can fit it easily next to my desk and it would also be ideal for using in the office at work.
Excerpt: FELLOWES SHREDDER Security and protecting our details have become more important of late, with identity theft and cloning of credit cards etc. Therefore whenever the time comes to purchase a shredder to dispose of any documents or details, there is only one brand I trust, and Fellowes it is. When our old model died of old age a couple of months ago, I immediately went to Argos and purchased this model for £29.99.
Pros: DOES THE JOB
Cons: DOESN'T SHRED MANY PAGES BUT AMPLE FOR A HOME USER
Excerpt: Just bought this from Argos at £25 so seems to be about a mid-price shredder. I wanted something that seemed more solidly built than my last two machines as they have not lasted long, I only shread household paper but the others just don't seem to have lasted more than about a year. This is supposed to take 5 sheets of paper but since most things I want to shred seem to be on "thick" paper I have only put three sheets through at a time.