FEL3371001

Fellowes B-152C Personal Shredder

Cross Cut - 15 Per Pass5 gal Wastebin Capacity

Reg. Price $268.99

Our Price $230.97 EachEach

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Powerful deskside shredding
Shred 15 sheets per pass into cross-cut particles
5 gallon pullout bin is easy to empty
Large window on the front to check the fill level
  • Additional Info
SKU
FEL3371001
Manufacturer
Fellowes, Inc
Manufacturer Part Number
3371001
Brand Name
Fellowes
Product Model
B-152C
Product Type
Paper Shredder
Sheet Shred Capacity
15 Per Pass
Shred Type
Cross Cut
Shredding Item
Paper
Shred Size
0.19" x 1.41"
Shred Speed
8 ft/min
Throat Width
9"
Security Level
Level 3
Features
Auto Start/Stop
Input Voltage
120 V AC
Additional Information
  • Security Level: 3
  • Noise Level: 64db
Limited Warranty
1 Year

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Fellowes B-152C Personal Shredder
 
4.7

(based on 3 reviews)

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5.0

Great Shredder

By BlackSwan

from Undisclosed

Comments about Fellowes B-152C Personal Shredder:

Bought this shredder after our old one went out on us. We've been very happy with the purchase

(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
5.0

It's Truly QUIET!!

By ShelleyAnn

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Pros

  • Jam Resistance
  • Mess Reduction
  • Quality construction
  • Quiet operation
  • Secure Cut Size
  • Service Guarantee
  • Sheet Capacity
  • Shreds Credit Cards, Staples and CDs
  • Warranty

Cons

    Best Uses

      Comments about Fellowes B-152C Personal Shredder:

      I had to use it for a while before I could give it a review. It is well built and very heavy and sturdy. I don't mind shredding now because this shredder is truly quiet compared to any shredders I have had in the past. This alone sold me completely. WOW! I never thought a shredder could be quiet. I live in an apartment and my past shredders were so noisy that I would only shred when the neighbors were not at home. I do a lot of shredding in these days of identity theft. The bin is of adequate size to accommodate my needs, and when it get's full, the indicator light comes on and the shredder automatically stops. I bought the Fellowes brand oil, and I followed the instructions to oil the shredder each time I emptied the bin. My shredders in the past didn't last long because I never saw instructions on how long they should run at a time. It's 10 minutes for this one. Since this is a 2011 model, I did wonder why the SafeSense(R) Technology was not an added feature, but I still highly recommend this shredder to anyone!

      (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      4.0

      Great Product

      By BeckytheBB

      from Undisclosed

      Pros

      • Jam Resistance
      • Quality construction
      • Quiet operation
      • safety features

      Cons

      • Shreds Credit Cards, Staples and CDs

      Best Uses

        Comments about Fellowes B-152C Personal Shredder:

        I have always liked the Fellowes Shredders and have been looking for one for some time. It was a little over the price I originally planned on payibg for a shredder but I feel in the long run will be cost effective. Quality seems superior to most of the ones I looking at to purchase. Also, the operation is so quiet. Can make a few mistake and get rid of them fast and quietly. lol I would highly recommend this product to anyone looking for a light to medium duty shredder at a reasonable price.

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