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Datastroyer Model 1000 Disintegrator

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  • Throughput: 7,000 lbs/hr (NSA evaluated throughput: 2,400 lbs/hr)
  • Knives: HCHC D-2 Steel, 5 total (3 rotor, 2 reversible bed) (upgradable to 5 rotor, 2-bed)
  • Screen Size: 3/32", 1/8", 3/16", 1/4", and larger
  • Motor: 150 HP Electrical: 460 V, 60 Hz (3 phase)
  • Dimensions: 127" H x 140" W x 90" D Weight: 14,000 lbs
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Brand NameDatastroyer
Manufacturer Part Number1000
  
Additional Information
ASINB004VTON72
Best Sellers Rank #475,907 in Office Products (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14,000 pounds
Date First AvailableJuly 31, 2004
  
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it's full name is the Datastroyer Model 1000 Disintegrator, and is will annihilate a whole library worth of paper in no time flat. While I can't honestly think of a single situation in the world you would need one of these, there is obviously a market for it as it exists. It can go through 7,000 pounds in a single hour, and has a 150 horsepower engine. Weighing about fourteen thousand pounds, you're going to need to be ready to pay top dollar for this thing. It's price sits at about $128,000, making it the most expensive paper shredder I've ever laid eyes on.

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Anyway, it was at that point that their cell phone must have lost service again because the phone went dead.
S. Douma
Well I looked at my wife, and my wife looked at me, and lord knows we were thinking the same thing: we had to buy the datastroyer model 1000 desintegrator.
A Concerned Black Citizen
After months of being unsatisfied with the cut from our office shredder, we finally sprung for this shredder, hoping it would be worth the money.
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347 of 363 people found the following review helpful By Dennis Hamblin on April 13, 2012
This is a great disintegrator but it really should have come with a child-proof lock. We are going to miss little Byron so I can only give it 3 stars.
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149 of 156 people found the following review helpful By cantrips on September 18, 2012
In case anyone is wondering, it works great on bodies. Spend less time in prison and more time with the family.
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257 of 279 people found the following review helpful By Chad Carnahan on July 16, 2012
I'm a coyote that lives in the desert and ordered this product to help catch a pesky roadrunner in the area. It arrived well-packaged and after covering it in tumbleweeds I put a pile of roadrunner pellets under it, as is my custom. In a few moments the roadrunner showed up and started eating the pellets so I turned away and snickered while pointing my thumb in his general direction as if to say, "He has no idea he's about to be disintegrated," but when I did I failed to notice a lynch pin had slipped out and the disintegrator had swung directly over my head. When I turned around, the roadrunner had finished the pellets and was looking at me so I scoweled at him and pushed the "On" button while maintaining eye contact. I was immediately disintegrated into a pile of ashes with two eyes so I minused a star for the loose hingepin. The roadrunner "beep! beep!"-ed at me and disappeared down the road, bending it as he did so and I held up a sign on which I had written: *sigh*. Overall a good disintegrator.
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191 of 212 people found the following review helpful By Wandrwoman TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on December 22, 2011
I was thinking of buying a paper shredder recently but I couldn't decide on whether to get a cross-cut or micro-cut model. It seemed to me that a cross-cut shredder would be sufficient for my household's needs (utility bills and check statements mostly), but my husband is only interested in the best. We argued over 8 sheet vs. 15 sheet capacity, auto-reverse functions, digital disc shredding and could never come to an agreement. Imagine my surprise when last night a huge truck appeared at our driveway and off-loaded this magnificent 14,000 pound disintegrator! I just couldn't believe it! Now we don't just shred our sensitive materials, we disintegrate them! Well worth the $127,768.27 and it comes with free shipping! My only complaint is that I have to wear goggles and headphones while operating the Datastroyer. Oh, yes....I don't recommend this product for households with small children, pets, or the elderly and the infirm.
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41 of 45 people found the following review helpful By Zach on December 30, 2012
I am writing this review to express my total satisfaction with this disintegrator, apparently.

You see, what the company doesn't tell you (even in the fine print, trade secrets and all that) is that this device actually removes the offending item from reality. When you place a document/disc/anything in to the disintegrator, it doesn't simple get shredded in to a fine pulpy mess, it is obliterated from existence....from the timeline. It's as if the offending item never existed at all. You won't even be left with the memory of using the disintegrator to obliterate whatever it was you wanted destroyed.

I'm not sure if I've really ever used the device myself. Maybe I have. I really have know way of knowing because of the way the machine operates. Come to think of it, mine looks brand new. Will it always look brand new? I mean, if it obliterates whatever I throw in to it from the timeline, then whatever I threw in to it will never have existed to begin with and therefore won't be there to be thrown in to the machine and cause wear and tear. If I throw myself in to the machine, will I ever have existed to purchase it?

Impressive, a machine that destroys things by making you question their very existence. A machine that destroys things by trapping them in a paradox wherein they disappear in a puff of logic.

I love this thing.
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51 of 58 people found the following review helpful By Jill Meyer TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on January 28, 2012
I purchased this shredder on a whim - I had some extra coin and a need for a new shredder. My previous one finally broke when I attempted to shred my Black American Express bill and I had forgotten to separate the pages into 10 sheet groups. When the Wells Fargo Wagon driver and bearers brought the Datastroyer to my front door - complaining about incipient hernias or some such - I was able to persuade the four carriers to stay and put the thing together. What they don't tell you in the product description is that for your excessive payment, you receive a shredder that has more moving parts than a Ferris wheel and needs about as much space to operate in. Thank heavens my house has an extra "gift wrapping" room in which I was able to install this bad boy.

Okay, so how does it work? Quite well, actually. Since my previous shredder had died - or committed suicide, I don't know - my bills and other papers had been piling up and threatened to overflow my once-neat home office. The producers of that show on reality TV about hoarders could have filmed a whole series on my home office. So, to work I went. I put more than 3000lbs of mostly-heavy bond paper through the Datastroyer. It ate it up without a burp. Then, since the room was looking so neat and clean that I could actually see the furniture and artwork, I realised that I didn't really like any of the old furniture anymore. I wanted to buy new pieces, so I started to put the old ones in the Datastroyer. The desk - an old partner's desk -, the chairs, the tables, the lamps, even the couch on which I had "initiated" new household employes like the butler and the second gardener. All fit in the Datastroyer.

When the room was totally empty of old things, now compactly compacted, I started on some adjacent rooms.
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