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Safely dispose of sensitive documents with the Fellowes Powershred 21CS Cross Cut Shredder.Ideal for home use, it comes with SafeSense® Technology that automatically stops the shredder when hands touch the paper entry, providing extra peace of mind and assurance.
The Fellowes 21Cs is a security (DIN) level P-3 shredder and can accept up to 12 sheets per pass, cutting it into 4 x 52mm cross-cut particles. Cross cut shredding gives a higher level of security and protection against information and identity theft, so you can be confident that documents such as household bills and bank statements are disposed of securely.
This compact shredder takes up little space and can shred continuously for up to 5 minutes non-stop with an average shred speed of 2 metres per minute. The 21CS also has a 15-litre bin with an easy lift head for hassle-free waste disposal.
The powerful motor can even dispose of staples, paperclips and credit cards, and comes with a 2 year full warranty for machine and a 5 year warranty for the cutter.
Also included in the box is a bottle of Fellowes Performance Oil so you can condition the cutters to extend the life of your shredder.
|Product Description||Fellowes Powershred 21Cs - shredder|
|Device Type||Shredder - black, silver|
|Shred Size||4 x 52 mm|
|Wastebin Capacity||15 litres|
|Paper Entry Width||23 cm|
|Shreds||Credit cards, staples, paper clips, paper|
|Dimensions (WxDxH)||23.18 cm x 43.02 cm x 39.05 cm|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 years|
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