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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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|Item Weight||28 pounds||31.75 pounds||44.5 pounds||38 pounds|
|Dimensions||22.13 inches x 9.44 inches x 15.38 inches||11.63 inches x 20.25 inches x 16.25 inches||25.19 inches x 17.31 inches x 11.44 inches||25.5 inches x 11.5 inches x 15.25 inches|
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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.
Top Customer Reviews
Update June 2102: Still very happy with this shredder.
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.Read more ›
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.
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.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've owned this paper shredder for 3+ years. For light use, it's a good office shredder. However, this machine can quickly over heat if you don't keep meticulously oiled. Read morePublished 12 days ago by keith
HAVE HAD THIS SHREDDER FOR A FEW YEARS NOW AND IT STILL WORKS REALLY WELL. CAN WITH STAND ALOT OF ABUSE EVEN WHEN IT OVER HEATS. IT'LL REST FOR AWHILE THEN CONTINUE ON SHREDDING. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Beverly
New Fellowes is my second ones after old ones old old old! Now with new ones is much better and tough! i use this new Fellowes everyday still tough! Read morePublished on June 11, 2014 by Edward McGann
This is the perfect replacement shredder for our home use. It works just like we expected and as described and advertisedPublished on April 25, 2014 by Carolyn N Dierksen
Fits right under my office desk, easy to clean and has little wheels to push around, good price for a good item :-)Published on November 21, 2013 by Patsy
I find sometimes the red light will turn on if the paper container is the tiniest bit loose, otherwise it works finePublished on November 12, 2013 by SGPS
This paper shredder works great as long as you don't shred a CD. Of the 3 paper shredders I've owned this was the first one that didn't shred CDs. Read morePublished on September 3, 2013 by Taelixev
I've killed probably five shredders over time. I should have just taken the lumps up front and bought this at the time. It's heavy-duty and well worth the money.Published on September 3, 2013 by tim dunn