Fellowes P-12C Review #idsafetyseason @FellowesInc #Spon

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This year I promised myself that I would stay more organized and keep (or at least try my best) a clutter free desk. With the help of the Fellowes P-12C I have been able to keep that promise and it never felt so good. You see before using my Fellowes shredder I have been able to kick the habit of piling stacks and stacks and papers, bills, receipts, etc. on the top of my desk. Before December my desk was not a pretty sight, every time I looked at my desk it reminded me of an episode of Hoarders.

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With the P-12C I am able to get rid of stacks of papers in no time. So even if I accumulate a pile of papers during the week, it doesn’t get overwhelming because I know I can shred up to 12 pieces of paper at a time.  Since the shredded comes with the  patented SafeSense Technology I can rest assure that curious hands and fingers will cause the Fellowes Paper Shredder  to stop cutting when they touch the paper opening. The Fellowes 12-sheet shredder, P-12C includes a 4-gallon bin and is convenient for small offices or for home use.

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I have been using the shredder for well over a month now and have had no issues with paper jams. I have shredded credit cards, bills, and even old CD’s without any problems at all.

The Fellowes P-12C Cross-Cut Paper Shredder can be found at Wal-Mart for around $90. To me this is a great investment because it not only helps you to get rid of mass amounts of papers but it also helps prevent Identity theft from old bills, credit card statements or any other private information you don’t feel like sharing with everyone.

Comments

  1. says

    This Fellowes P-12C Shredder is just what I need for my home office. I am constantly ripping apart mail and documents. I know for security, shredding is the way to go, but just haven’t gotten one yet.

  2. David says

    It is unfortunate that we live in a society where we have to shred everything to prevent someone from stealing what is ours, but that is the way it is and there is no reason for anyone to not shred sensitive documents.

  3. says

    I think we would just need something small and compact, but it would be good to have something just to shred our important papers when we are done with them.

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