SWI1758581

Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder

Cross Cut - 7 Per Pass - 3.30 gal Waste Capacity

Reg. Price $159.00

Our Price $96.77 Each

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7-sheet, cross-cut shredder meets moderate security needs (Level 3)
Ideal for personal and home office use
Shreds credit cards, paper clips, staples and documents into 3-gallon, pullout waste bin
2-year warranty on machine, 5-year on cutters
Dimensions: 15"H x 18"W x 15"D; fits under a desk
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SKU
SWI1758581
Manufacturer
ACCO Brands Corporation
Manufacturer Part Number
1758581
Brand Name
Swingline
Product Series
Personal
Product Type
Paper Shredder
Color
White
Sheet Shred Capacity
7 Per Pass
Shred Type
Cross Cut
Shredding Item
Staples
Shred Size
0.17" x 1.78"
Shred Speed
9 ft/m
Waste Capacity
3.30 gal
Security Level
Level 3
Features
Quiet Operation
Status Indicators

Red Light

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Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder
 
4.4

(based on 5 reviews)

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3.0

Misleading information, but good.

By Happyblusky

from MD

Comments about Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder:

Picture and indication this is a white shredder is misleading; the shredder is actually more of a light gray color. Can definitely tell this when placed near white furniture or molding. Write-up indicates shredder may be used for staples and paper clips, but instructions indicate to avoid shredding these items, as they could damage the cutters. Laminated materials should also be avoided. Works well for paper. Have not shredded credit card yet. Does not seem to produce residue on the outside. Like how bin is placed in front and may easily be removed without having to lift top of shredder off. Bin should be removed when paper is seen in hole to prevent overfilling. When removing bin, some shredded material will fall to bottom of shredder.

 
4.0

Perfect little shredder that could.

By biggmike324

from Rochester, NY

Comments about Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder:

Great shredder. Shreds exactly as described. Great for my home (we have it by where we keep our mail to shred all the junk and unneeded documents). The only thing it cant do is shred more than 7 sheets, so you cant just jam a whole mailer in it.

 
5.0

Just what I needed.

By ToTheMax

from Albuquerque, NM, USA

Comments about Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder:

For my home office this shredder works great! No complaints and yes I would recommend this product to others.

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5.0

great for home use.

By 100fast

from Honolulu

Comments about Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder:

Bought this shredder on sale, took it home and was pleasently surprised how easy it was to shred private information for ID theft protection. I recommend this home use shredder to everyone.

 
5.0

Great Machine

By Trishiepoo

from Sarasota, FL, USA

Comments about Swingline StylePlus Cross-Cut Personal Shredder:

I love my shredder! It runs smoothly and the basket has a large capacity. My previous shredder stopped shutting off automatically and cut paper kept getting stuck in the blades. That does not happen with my Swingline. It'[s cute, too; always smiling back at me.

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