Best Shredder?

Discussion in 'Community Discussion' started by eric/, Oct 28, 2012.

  1. eric/ Guest

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    Been looking to invest in a good shredder for sensitive documents. What's the best, but affordable one? Or what do you use? Pics are great too if you have it in your home.
     
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    Whatever shredder you get, make sure it's crosscut. For best possible security, micro crosscut is the best choice, but also more expensive. Right now I'm using a cheap Fellows P58Cs I got from Costco for $60. It's not for heavy duty use, but for my needs it's perfect..
     

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    Thanks for the picture. That's pretty much what I'm looking for. I need something that's tough enough to shred credit cards, but nothing industrial or anything, strictly personal use.
     
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    It does do credit cards, one at a time though. It's not powerful enough to do CD's. What's nice about buying from Costco, they have the greatest (unwritten)return policy, almost limitless. Just save the box, etc.
     
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    You want a cross shredder. Impossible to put pieces back together. Just depends on how many sheets you want to do at once. The more sheets, the more expensive.
     

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