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Fellowes Inc., a leader in shredders with decades of experience, has released their all new Fellowes 73Ci paper shredder that is built with the technology that will respond to the behavior of its user for optimized performance and safety. In short, it's not your typical shredder that just shreds your papers. It's more than a shredder. Check out the fantastic features of the new 73Ci below.
Fellowes 73Ci Features
Although the new 73Ci is not built for industrial or heavy use, it's still perfect for home and office use. It's build with cutting-edge technologies with elegant and professional looking design that would blend with your home or office.
The Fellowes 73Ci is built with a 100% jam proof system, meaning the days of those iritating paper jams are over. It's also built with SafeSense Technology that automatically stops the shredding when it "feels" that a hand touches the paper opening.
With the new Fellowes 73Ci, you are sure to save energy. It has a proprietary energy savings system that maximizes shredder energy savings all the time, whether it is used or not. This makes it more efficient at the same time being cost effective.
It has a capacitive touch screen controls, similar to the screens on your smartphones. And it has a heavy-duty cross-but blades that will shred a paper into 397 pieces.
The 73Ci can shred 12 sheets of paper at the same time into a 5/32" x 1-1/2" cross cut particles to be exact. That's a Security Level P-4. It can shred continiuously up to 10 minutes and it has an enough 6 gallon pull-out bin for the shredded papers.
It has a dimension of 21.25”H x 15.5”W x 11.31”D and comes with a 1 year product warranty and 5 year cutter warranty.
Price and Availability
The Fellowes 73Ci has a suggested retail price of only $199.99 and is available in office stores starting January 2013. In fact online stores are already selling it.
So what do you think? Is the Fellowes 73Ci your type of shredder? What features of the 73Ci do you like most? Hit the comment section below.