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Royal PX1000MX 10-Sheet CD/Floppy Cross Cut Shredder with Pullout Basket (White)

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  • Royal Machines PX1000MX White Shredder 10-Sheet Cross Cut w/CD/Floppy/Pullout Basket
  • Platinum Series Medium Duty Cross-Cut Shredder
  • Shreds Up to 10 Sheets at a Single Pass
  • 5/32" x 1 1/4" Shred
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 9 x 13.2 x 16.2 inches ; 6.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 16 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000I1Z1GE
  • Item model number: PX1000MX - White
  • Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (38 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 24, 2006

Product Description

Royal Machines Shredder 10-Sheet Cross Cut w/CD/Floppy/Pullout Basket

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

To empty the shredder, you pull the form fitting basket out from the front of the shredder.
Brian Mathason
Flimsy plastic construction with small container that leaves a couple of handfuls of shredded paper behind that fall to the floor each time you empty a full basket.
iChat Apple
There is no paper jam, so it must be a sensor issue (it will go neither forward nor reverse).
Gary

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Sim on August 9, 2009
Picked this shredder up (1 month ago) from a warehouse based retailer (Cost**) where it goes for less than 50/-

Pros:
- Very quiet compared to other shredders of same capacity (I have another from staples which is noticeably louder)
- Shreads 8 - 10 sheets without any problem (no jamming or slow down)
- Shreads CD/DVD's, Credit Cards, Sheets with staples
- Looks great - (looks like one of those milky white apple accessories)
- Fair size basket with see thru screen (lets u know if the basket is full)
- Comes with 4 rolling tires. You can easily roll the shreader on floor (if you dont want them dont install, they are optional but they do come in the same box)
- Great price Cost**

Cons:
- Waste Basket feels like as if it made of cheaper plastic (need to push it very slightly for snug fit) - But it is not troublesome in any way.

I had no sensor issues as other reviewer mentioned. Infact the basket need to lock in from the top not bottom. And the lock on top fits very nicely.

Overall a great shredder with nice clean lines and a powerful motor. Definitely recommended for home use.

Update: Dec 2010
This shredder is still working great, no jams - no issues at all in more than a year of normal home use.
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19 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Tom C on November 19, 2009
I agree with other reviewers in that a) the basket is flimsy, and b) you probably don't want to shred a 1,000 page document with this, but unless you plan on using it for soccer practice or you work for the CIA, it should work just fine. The basket is a little flimsy, but at least on mine, fits in the receptacle no problem, and I don't see it breaking under normal usage. As for shredding large documents, I can't speak to that, but it has no problem shredding 5-6 sheets at a time without bogging down (like my old POS), so again, unless you have super-large (100+ pages?) documents to shred on a regular basis, it should be just fine.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By J. Wild on January 6, 2010
This shredder shreds everything I throw at it. I only use it for sensitive mail and small documents, but have never had it overheat or otherwise quit on me. A few pieces of paper do escape the bin, but nothing excessive. While it seems flimsy, when it is all snapped together with the bin pushed in all the way at the top and bottom (it snaps into place) the whole thing is pretty solid. I put an 8 gallon trash bag in to make emptying easier. The wheels could be useful, but I didn't install them. The drawer design is fantastic because you don't ever have to lift the heavy shredder off the bin or set it down anywhere where it could make a mess. Convenient, meets all my demands, and my fingers are still intact.

Edit Feb 9, 2013: Still going strong. I might run some oil soaked newspaper through it if it has any problems, but so far I haven't had to do anything.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By 912Bungalow on July 19, 2010
My wife and I spent the weekend cleaning out our home office and had a laundry basket of shredding to do. We went to my office and shredded for an hour using a $220 Fellowes Small Business shredder and it overheated and caused a mess. About half way through we decided to buy our own and do the shredding at home. We found the Royal at a big box club store for $50 and were concerned because of some of the bad reviews we read here. But what everyone was describing was the same problems we had with the $220 higher capacity shredder. We were able to finish the second half of the shredding at home with no issues (no overheating, no jamming, etc.) It says it will shred 10 pages, but it really has to work hard to do that. I would recommend using some common sense and only doing 4 - 6 pages at a time. Yes you get little shreds on the floor when emptying it. Yes the bin seems a little flimsy. But it was only $50 and from now on we won't shred near as much as we did last night. So if you are looking for an inexpensive home shredder for bills, pay stubs, credit card statements, etc. I would recommend this unit. We have not tried credit cards or CD's, but I don't know how often I'll need it for that anyway.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Valdemar on June 28, 2009
The container bin would not stay in place which causes security sensor to disconnect, the whole thing is made out of flexy plastic, parts do not fit tight. Great look though if only build quality was better, reasonably quiet, fine shred, got mine at Costco [...]
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Johnnysfun on January 5, 2010
We were looking for an inexpensive shredder for home use. Thought this would fit the bill but we were mistaken. Looks nice but if you do any volume of shredding at all, you will be frustrated by the mess that ensues every time that you go to empty it. Pull out the drawer and shredded paper goes everywhere. So unless you don't mind picking up lots of little pieces of paper, you might want to find another alternative.
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10 of 12 people found the following review helpful By S. Greve on January 4, 2010
I'd purchased this shredder to upgrade a very old one and to gain cross-shredding. I have to say it's barely worth the money. The shredded pieces are small enough but the cons are a longer list.

To start off it can barely handle 5-6 pages at once without sounding like it will choke. I've overheated the machine twice already (owned it for a week) so read the instructions carefully on how long you can use it at once. If you're still shredding after 8-10 minutes you'd better take a break.

The plastic construction is fine but the biggest problem of all is the capacity. The drawer is a tiny compartment that holds less than a bathroom wastebasket. It won't work unless the drawer is closed so forget about rigging up another container.
There is a window in the drawer to show you when it's full but the paper tends to stack up out of view so keep checking your progress. You'd better also have the vacuum handy because emptying this thing is a problem. When you have a full container (and not to the top either) and open the drawer there is always some paper hanging around at the top sticking to the output slot. When the drawer comes out, the paper drops down right onto the housing and frequently on the floor. The best way I've come up with is to just shred on a towel or tarp and clean it up at the end.

Honestly, there has to be a better design than this one. I can't believe the designers make shredders so small like we would only shred a page or two at a time. A shredder designed to put right over a full-sized trash can would be well received!
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