Buy Used and Save: Buy a Used "Swingline Auto Feed Paper Shredder, 60 Sheets, Cro..." and save 58% off the $311.01 list price. Buy with confidence as the condition of this item and its timely delivery are guaranteed under the "Amazon A-to-z Guarantee". See all Used offers.
Other Sellers on Amazon
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
+ Free Shipping
Swingline Auto Feed Paper Shredder, 60 Sheets, Cross-Cut, 1 User, Stack-and-Shred 60X, Black (1757572)
|With Deal:||$116.76 & FREE Shipping. Details|
|You Save:||$53.16 (31%)|
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Spend less time shredding versus a traditional paper shredder, just stack, shut this model and you're done; it shreds up to 60 sheets in the autofeed tray or shreds up to 5 sheets at a time during manual feeding
- Noticeably quieter than competitive models shreds credit cards, paper clips, staples and documents; cross-cut shredder meets everyday security needs (Level P-3); one sheet of letter-size paper is shredded into approximately 200 pieces
- 4-gallon pull-out waste bin with view window; a perfect fit for your home or office; 12.75H x 11.5W x 16.25D inches overall; one-year warranty
Frequently bought together
Customers who bought this item also bought
Special offers and product promotions
From the Manufacturer
Stack sheets of paper into the auto feed chamber. With auto feed shredding, rollers automatically feed the paper into the cutters.
Patented technology and features save you valuable time and make shredding a breeze.
Cross cut style shreds general data with P-3 security level.
- Reverses and re-feeds stuck papers to clear jams automatically.
- Only on 80x model.
Self Cleaning Cutters
- Helps ensure jam free performance by automatically removing shreds caught in cutters and reducing build-up.
- Only on 80x model.
Noticeably quiet so you won’t disturb others; up to 10 decibels quieter than competitive shredders.
Paper Clips And Staples
Easily shred stacks of paper with staples or paper clips on them.
Compare to similar items
This item Swingline Auto Feed Paper Shredder, 60 Sheets, Cross-Cut, 1 User, Stack-and-Shred 60X, Black (1757572)
|Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping||FREE Shipping|
|Item Dimensions||11.34 x 16.46 x 14.21 in||11.9 x 16.3 x 26.2 in||14.6 x 19.7 x 19.7 in||13.39 x 17.01 x 24.29 in|
|Item Weight||16.5 lbs||36.51 lbs||28 lbs||25.8 lbs|
Swingline, the leading brand in workspace tools for the business, home and mobile office for over 80 years, continues to introduce innovative new products that solve common workplace frustrations and increase productivity. The Swingline Stack-and-Shred 60X Shredder offers hands free shredding - a better way to shred! Now, waiting in front of the shredder is a thing of the past for any size office. With Stack-and-Shred shredders, you simply load your stack of paper, shut the lid and you're done - leaving you time for better things. The Swingline Stack-and-Shred 60X Shredder is perfect for personal use. It features a compact design which is tailored to fit perfectly under the desk, saving you valuable desk and table top space. Coupled with quiet operation and an easy user interface, the Stack-and-Shred 60X is the best choice in its class. The 60X features patent pending Hands Free Auto+ technology. Rollers automatically feed the paper into the cutters, so you don't have to - freeing you up to perform other tasks. The 60X Stack-and-Shred Shredder features cross cut shredding and security level 3, secure credit card shredding, and even shreds staples and paper clips in any corner. Stay organized, protect sensitive information and increase your productivity with the superior performance of Swingline Shredders.
Top Customer Reviews
HERE'S THE TRICK: Take your stack of paper, fold it in half, and crease the paper at the fold and then put the stack in the shredder with the crease pointing down (like a flattened out V) - the shredder will then grab sheets properly almost every time. The paper still sits more or less flat in the tray, but because the center of the paper has the crease, it dips down into the space between the rollers better so they can grab it. It seems to help if you put a really good crease in the bottom sheet to get things going.
Some other notes:
* You'll have to manually feed any paper that's odd sized, like those annoying checks your credit card company sends you. Although I did have better success with odd-sized stack and shred if I put all of the same kind in a clean stack and used the fold technique described above - the transfer checks from BofA worked okay this way.
* Redistribute the shredded paper occasionally (every 40 sheets or so) because it stacks up towards the back of the unit
* Clean the rollers occasionally by wiping them with a clean cloth to get paper shreds and dust off of them
* If you shred more over 130-150 sheets, it may stop and and show the red overheat light. Just open the unit up, take out any paper, and wait 5-10 minutes for it to cool off. Note that the red light won't be on when you have the lid open - dumb.
* If it does jam, and you reverse it, don't forget to put it back in the auto mode. A couple times I thought it wasn't working because it was running, but it was actually still in reverse mode and of course not shredding! Oops!
Following this approach, I was able to shred a whole stack of paper we'd built up because our old shredder required manual feeding. It was maybe 500 sheets in one evening.
So I recommend this shredder, but Swingline did a bad job of writing the manual and explaining how to have better success with it.
1: Constant paper jams: The shredder automatically feeds paper from a tray to the shredder, the feeding mechanism gets jammed at least once in every batch of papers. The mechanism pushes more than the max capacity (5 pages) of the shredding blades, this is different that the shredder capacity of 60, which is what can be fed in the tray. because the mechanism pushes more pages than the blades can handle, the shredder jams up.
2: Shredder stops when output container in not full: When the output container fills up the shredder automatically stops. That is good as long as this feature works. The problem is that the shredded paper drops in one spot of the container. This causes a heap to be formed, once the heap rises the shredder stops. The output bin is full at the back where the heap is formed. However more than half the container is empty, because of how the heap is formed.
3: Shredded paper container spills: When you pull out a full container of shredded paper, because of the heap explained above, the top of the hep hits the body of machine and spills out.
4: Last few papers left un-shredded: In each batch that is put for shredding, three to four pages are always left behind, even with flat (no folds) 8.5X11 paper.