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Fellowes DS-2 Cross-Cut Paper Shredder

Fellowes DS-2 Shredder


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Product Description

Rather than throw away sensitive documents, shred them! One great way to do this is by using a cross cut shredder. The Fellowes DS-2 paper shredder is a Security Level 3 cross cut shredder that is designed to shred up to 8 sheets of paper at a time. This shredder is perfect for use around the home or in the office. The compact and portable nature of this shredder makes it ideal for use next to a desk for individual use. The DS-2 is safe to use, looks great and is very quiet when compared to similar models. Order your Fellowes DS-2 cross cut paper shredder from ID House today!

Features

4.8-gallon bin with easy-empty handle for hassle-free waste disposal. Shreds 8 sheets per pass into 5/32" x 2" cross-cut particles. Patented SafeSense® Technology stops shredding when hands touch the paper opening. Contemporary design complements any home or office décor. Features wide 9" paper entry

Fellowes DS-2 Cross-Cut Paper Shredder Specifications

Model Cross Cut
Shred Size 5/32" x 2" (4mm x 50mm)
Sheet Capacity 8 Sheets
Feed Opening 9" (229mm)
Shredder Speed 18 feet per minute
Dimensions 16.5" H x 15" W x 12" D (419mm x 481mm x 305mm)
Shipping Weight 18 lbs. (8.2 kgs.)
Security Level 3
Warranty 5 Years
Product Code SHDEF3205001

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