Summary: My husband and I have quite a bit of paperwork that we need to shred on a regular basis. I did not want the kind that sits on a garbage can and can only handle a couple pages. This is sturdy and the wheels make it easy to move to wherever you need to be.
Summary: I've researched paper shredders until I was blue in the face. I've had bad luck with them since I guess I've always bought cheap ones. They don't last and jam up if you look at it wrong. This one was rated very high on the Top paper shredders. I just got it yesterday and I just love it.
Excerpt: " This is the second paper shredder from Fellowes I've owned. The other one finally gave up the ghost after 10 years of sometimes hard use and shredding batches of paper and everything else I could stick in its throat. Wouldn't buy anything else for small office or for home. "
Excerpt: " Since I just got the shredder, these are my first impressions. First thing I noticed was that the shredder head is HEAVY. I consider this a good thing, indicating a strong motor. Another thing I found (as per other reviews) is that the rollers are hard to push into the holes.
Pros: Quality Construction, Jam Resistance, Quiet Operation, Secure Cut Size
Excerpt: " I had a small cheap shredder that fit over my trash can for years and it was great but finally broke recently so I decided to get a slightly more expensive one (not this Fellowes one) thinking it would hold up well but also shred credit cards.
Pros: Quality Construction, Jam Resistance, Safety Features, Quiet Operation, Mess Reduction, Sheet Capacity, Shreds Credit Cards, Staples and CDs, Service Guarantee, Warranty
Cons: Secure Cut Size, shred box difficult to take in out, not a long operational time ( 15 min ), over heats quickly if used in rapid succession