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Fellowes B-152C 15 Sheet Cross-Cut Shredder (3371001)


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  • 15 Sheet Capacity
  • 3/16" x 1-13/32" cut size, security level 3
  • 5 gallon pull-out bin
  • 9" paper entry
  • Also shreds staples, credit cards and paper clips
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9.4 x 15.4 x 22.1 inches ; 28 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 35 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004L02J7C
  • Item model number: B-152C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (40 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 1, 2011

Product Description

Product Description

The Fellowes B-152C Cross-Cut shredder is a powerful and dependable deskside shredder. Features Electronic Auto Start/Stop.

From the Manufacturer

Protect your personal information with the Powershred B-152C Cross-Cut Shredder from Fellowes. Part of the company's line of deskside shredders, this machine is ideal for individual users who regularly handle sensitive information. It cross-cuts up to 15 sheets of paper in one pass into unreadable pieces (5-32 by 1-1/2 inches) and is tough enough to shred credit cards, staples, and paper clips. Other highlights include an automatic, electronic start/stop function and a 5-gallon pullout bin.

Fellowes Powershred B-152C Cross-Cut Shredder Product Shot
Powerful cutters shred credit cards, staples, and paper clips, as well as paper. View larger.
Model B-152C
Number of Users 1 user
Sheet Capacity 15
Cut Type Cross-Cut
Security Level 3
Max. Run Time 10 minutes
Speed (Feet Per Minute) 8 FPM
Throughput Rating
(sheets x speed x duty)
1,200
Bin Capacity 5 gallons
Bin Type Pull-out Bin
Productivity Overview

With a shredding capacity of 15 sheets per pass, the Fellowes B-152C can efficiently shred confidential documents. And with an extended 10-minute run time, you can increase your productivity. Plus the easy-empty 5 gallon pull-out bin makes for convenient disposal.

Superior Performance

And there's more - the Fellowes B-152C is built to last with solid steel cutters, a powerful motor, and parts that are engineered to outperform our competitors. With its cross-cut capability, it is also tough enough to cut through credit cards, paper clips and staples, while ensuring documents are shredded into unreadable pieces.

What's in the Box?

B-152C shredder and user manual.


Things to Consider Before Purchasing a Shredder:

Cut Type

With Identity Theft concerns at an all-time high, the need to protect personal information is more important than ever. And these days, it's no longer just what you shred that matters--it's how small you shred it. Shredders with a smaller cut size will help keep your information secure long after you dispose of the particles. The smaller the cut size, the higher the security level.

Strip CutCross-CutMicro-CutHigh Security
Security Level 2Security Level 3Security Level 4Security Level 6
Fellowes Powershred Strip CutFellowes Powershred Cross-CutFellowes Powershred Micro-CutFellowes Powershred High Security
39 -- 7/32" stripsper 8.5" x 11" page399 particlesper 8.5" x 11" page3,000 particlesper 8.5" x 11" page13,000 particlesper 8.5" x 11" page
Ideal for: Non-confidential documentsIdeal for: Credit/College Applications, Insurance papers, Junk mailIdeal for: Medical Records, Employee/HR Files, Bank/Financial StatementsIdeal for: Top Secret or Classified Government Documents

If you shred confidential documents, choose Cross-Cut or smaller. A smaller cut size also means you will empty the bin less frequently.

Productivity

Shredder productivity goes beyond mere sheet capacity or speed. When shopping for a shredder, consider the machine's throughput, or the efficiency with which it can get the job done. Throughput combines the three most critical features that contribute to a shredder's performance:

Sheet Capacity x Speed (feet per minute) x Duty Cycle = Throughput

For example, a shredder with a speed of 8.2 feet per minute (FPM), may seem more productive than one that shreds at only 7 FPM. After all, it's a faster machine! But as the example below illustrates, Shredder B is actually three times more productive than Shredder A, due to a longer duty cycle. This means you can get more done at one time, so you can quickly move on with your day.

ModelSheet CapacityxSpeedxDuty Cycle*=Throughput
Shredder A12x8.2 FPMx3 minutes=295
Shredder B15x7 FPMx10 minutes=1,050
Fellowes Powershred Feature Shot
Quality and Durability

We understand that a shredder is not just a purchase. It's an investment. That's why Fellowes drives quality assurance to exceed expectations. Prior to launch, all Fellowes shredders are subjected to extensive field and laboratory tests, including our proprietary continuous abuse test and long-term wear. These tests simulate years of abnormally high use to ensure our products perform reliably, even under the most demanding conditions.

Our promise to you is supported by a commitment to offer the most innovative solutions, exceptional product quality, and first class service and support. Our higher standards ensure you get the most reliable shredder you can buy.

Customer Reviews

It's heavy-duty and well worth the money.
tim dunn
I do a lot of pages at once and it chews through the max amount of 15 at a time.
Mike S
Large capacity bin which is easy to empty.
Amazon Customer

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

23 of 23 people found the following review helpful By AggieProf on November 11, 2011
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I read lots of reviews on shredders here, consumersearch.com and on Consumer Reports. Eventually, I opted to go for a 2011 Fellowes shredder and was able to determine from the Fellowes website that this was a new model. I knew that I wanted (1) a front loading shredder (easier to unload), (2) a heavy duty one that could handle up to 15 sheets and (3) and one that wouldn't over heat after 5 minutes. We have a big Fellowes shredder at work so I was familiar with using a professional shredder, and wanted one that was closer to a professional grade but a household size. I'm happy with this purchase after using the shredder now for a week. I've been shredding every day with no problem. I ended up setting up a big collapsible garbage can beside the shredder and lining it with a big garbage bag. When the shredder is full, I dump it in the garbage bag. So I do NOT use bags in the shredder itself - there is no need. I rapidly discovered, though, that I would need a small hand-held vacuum to pick up the small bits of paper. The ones we had wouldn't pick up paper, so I ended up buying the #1 rated Black and Decker 18 volt Pivot Vac. It is like they were meant to be together! Highly recommended. The B&D pivot vac just sucks up the paper immediately no problem. All in all, the time invested in picking out the shredder and the hand-held vac are paying off. I'm very happy with these purchases. Next on the list is oil for the shredder.....

Update June 2102: Still very happy with this shredder.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Steven R. Roth on December 5, 2011
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I was interested in a crosscut shredder capable of ingesting pages in the 15-20 range. A trip to Consumer Reports suggested a few possibilities, but after reading reviews from actual users, their recommendations didn't seem too relevant. One top rated 22-sheet model from a Major Office Supply Company's seemed to be especially bad in the field, with many reports of infant mortality on two or even three units in succession. So back to square one, and the reviews at various sites, which sort of steered me to this model. The capacity and physical size was about right, and the price was in range.

So it arrived today. The out-of-box experience was pretty good. Fellowes double-boxes these right from the factory and puts quite a lot of space and cushioning to allow for crushing injuries. The box mine came in was unscathed, so all was good there. It's heavy and unboxing took a bit of effort.

Once out of the plastic bag and plugged-in, I saw that there was some material in the bin, which was kind of jammed/stuck into the machine with no apparent handle to pull it out. Some determined wiggling got it out whereupon I found the owner's manual. Hmmm. The owner's manual will probably tell you where the bin handle is, eh? Nope. Turns out that it's in an un-obvious recess at the top of the bin window. Yep. Felt kind of stupid after finding it.

So the first task I set it to was shredding one of the most hated pieces of junk mail I get: Capital One credit card invitations. These things come, literally, every other week, despite my efforts to get them to stop. It's never a good idea simply to throw away CC applications, especially these pre-printed ones, which means that you have to open the stupid thing, find the application, and then shred THAT.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By funkygh on November 26, 2012
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after years of buying crappy shredders at the retailers, then being frustrated that they can't handle an envelope containing a credit card offer, then subsequently die; I recently got this fellowes. so far so good. only things that I think could be improved are it's size, it's speed, and the size of the cut.
it's too big for it's capacity - it could be lower profile and hold just as much as more (some of the cheapo shredders I had were better in this respect)
it's a bit slow, but maybe it has to be to handle so many sheets.
the chunks it cuts things into - they aren't that small. I could probably piece together a shredded document if I had the patience; and anything with small print wouldn't be securely shredded - for example a copy of a tax return - pretty sure I could steal a social security number from one.
I would say if you really want high security, spend the extra to get the shredder that chops things up finer. the nice thing about this one (and potentially the higher end models?) is that you can take those annoying credit card offers and feed them in without even opening them.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By AJ Minny on February 12, 2013
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The lesson, don't by a cheap shredder. This is a replacement for a cheaper model I purchased and it is a delight to use as compared to the cheapo. Has casters so it can be moved around. No messy lifting off the top to empty the bin. To compress the material, one just pulls out the bin and pushes down the shredded paper. I haven't tested how many sheets it will shred at once and don't plan to, for my use it works great.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Crownbach on January 7, 2013
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PROS: Cuts paper into small pieces. Hasn't jammed after extensive uses. Seems to get close to 15-sheet limit without strain on machine. Simple to use.

CONS: "Bin Full" light comes on frequently, even when bin is not even remotely full. Pull-out bin often jiggles open and "Bin Open" light also comes on unexpectedly. Worst problem is the pull-out bin. Once opened it's difficult to close, at least on my machine.
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