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AmazonBasics 7-8 sheet Cross Cut paper and credit card shredder £24.74 @ Amazon
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AmazonBasics 7-8 sheet Cross Cut paper and credit card shredder £24.74 @ Amazon

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Posted 6th Dec 2019

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Came across this cross cut shredder and utilised the GIFT5P promotion when spending over £25 so
Added a book I wanted. Seems good reviews and this version is cheaper than the 5-6 sheet one hence why the deal.
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I’ve been using this for over a year now and it’s still going strong on cards and paper. Great value for money!
Also used mine for about a year issue free, seams solid enough and hopefully last me. Don’t forget to occasionally lubricate the blades peeps !
Thanks
Also has it for a year now with light use. No issue at all for card and paper.
Bikerdanny07/12/2019 07:10

Also used mine for about a year issue free, seams solid enough and …Also used mine for about a year issue free, seams solid enough and hopefully last me. Don’t forget to occasionally lubricate the blades peeps !


Do you use a particular product?
Farrukhz07/12/2019 16:05

Do you use a particular product?


I have looked personally and the advice saying not to use it. If there is a problem with this unit I’m pretty sure Amazon would be rectifying even if out of warranty.
justonemore07/12/2019 16:35

I have looked personally and the advice saying not to use it. If there is …I have looked personally and the advice saying not to use it. If there is a problem with this unit I’m pretty sure Amazon would be rectifying even if out of warranty.


Thank you
justonemore07/12/2019 16:35

I have looked personally and the advice saying not to use it. If there is …I have looked personally and the advice saying not to use it. If there is a problem with this unit I’m pretty sure Amazon would be rectifying even if out of warranty.



If I remember correctly the manual says to use a small amount of cooking oil or something to that effect I used a 3 in 1 mineral oil spray.
Sorry to be a bah humbug but Asda had a very similar one for £10 a couple of months ago. Cold from me.
matd210007/12/2019 22:29

Sorry to be a bah humbug but Asda had a very similar one for £10 a couple …Sorry to be a bah humbug but Asda had a very similar one for £10 a couple of months ago. Cold from me.


I bet you’re great fun at parties
£33.89 now
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