FELLOWES PS62C Underdesk Shredder (In-store Only) - £34.98
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FELLOWES PS62C Underdesk Shredder (In-store Only) - £34.98

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Found 6th Sep 2006
*cheapest price elsewhere for the space saving shredder is £59.99*

PS62C Cross Cut Shredder Information:

CPU style design shredder
Cross cut high security
6 sheet capacity
3.9x50mm cross cut
230mm throat width
Auot start and reverse
10 to 12 minute duty cycle
14 litre pull out bin
Shreds staples and credit cards
Quiet operation
Ideal for the office or at home


Designed for deskside use in shared spaces and cubicles, the shredder features an ultra quiet motor that delivers a high level of performance, yet still fits your budget. This affordable, medium duty shredder shreds up to 6 sheets per pass, 25-50 times per day, for a total daily capacity as high as 300 sheets. Equipped with a 9" paper entry that easily accepts standard letter or legal size documents. The electronic auto start/stop feature ensures quick, easy shredder operation, while the safety interlock switch ensures shredder shuts off automatically when the 3.5-gallon pull-out wastebasket is removed. Wastebasket has a clear window so the user can see when the basket is full. Reverse function easily removes paper jams.




PS62C Cross Cut Shredder Specifications:


Auto Start/Stop Yes - Electronic
Basket Capacity (gallons) 3.5
Can Shred Paper, Credit Cards, Staples
Casters No
Continuous Run Time (minutes) 10 on / 20 off
Item Number 3014501
Cut Type Confetti Cut
Item H x W x D (inches) 12.5" x 8.25" x 16.25"
Item H x W x D (mm) 317.50 x 209.60 x 412.80
Paper Entry Width 9"
Motor Reverse Yes
Safety Features Interlock Switch
Sheet Capacity 6
Speed (Feet Per Minute) 10

2 Comments

Why is it such an expensive shredder? Don't get me wrong, this is a great price for this model in particular - but what's so great about it?

Is it because it's more of an office machine?

Original Poster

i think you are paying for the general design of the shredder as you can access the bin better than a standard shredder and the fact it takes up less room

http://www.maplin.co.uk/images/full/-11988i0.jpg
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