Fellowes Powershred M-6C Cross Cut Shredder 2 yr g'tee, 13L £34.95 @ John Lewis
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Fellowes Powershred M-6C Cross Cut Shredder 2 yr g'tee, 13L £34.95 @ John Lewis

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Found 12th Dec 2013
Check it out on Amazon, check the reviews then buy cheaper in a real shop!

Missus wanted a powered shredder. I was dubious since I've seen these that jam up on the slightest provocation. So I trawled Amazon for one that had to have great reviews. Found this model £44.39 claimed to be reduced from £85.94 - pinch of salt needed on that!

amazon.co.uk/Fel…OPY
Anyway, was going to order but it's out of stock at Amazon.

Then found could get it from John Lewis for £34.95 with 2 year warranty and FREE pick up at my nearby Waitrose store (quite a bulky package).

Unpacked and definitely more solid than other shredders I've seen.

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Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title as it helps people to see your deal better

Saw this on Argos site but with a JL 2 year warranty it's hot!! Thanks

Actually the one I was looking at in Argos is the next spec up and a fiver cheaper! argos.co.uk/web…368

I bought the £9.99 Xenta 6 sheet Crosscut at Ebuyer. Posted a week ago by gmmamin. Got free next day delivery too.
hotukdeals.com/dea…451

Original Poster

bigflump

Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title … Thanks for sharing, I've added the price & retailer to your deals title as it helps people to see your deal better



Thanks, I thought this info gets put in automagically when I filled in the price and retailer deal link in the Submit Deal form?

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Actually the one I was looking at in Argos is the next spec up and a … Actually the one I was looking at in Argos is the next spec up and a fiver cheaper! http://www.argos.co.uk/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/ProductDisplay?storeId=10151&catalogId=10001&langId=110&productId=994368



That one is also £29.99 at Amazon currently btw.

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The M6-C has a metal mesh basket, other models seem to be plastic. Maybe that explains why the M6-C is basically pricier.
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