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Hi
I am in desire need of paper shredder but problem is I did not have any idea about them. I didnít know about their specification and didnít even know from where I can buy it. Please do suggest me some good paper shredders that fits perfect in my small office.
Thanks



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You would want a CROSSCUT shredder, NOT a Strip shredder as those are too easy to tape back together.

Not always available, but I usually find these at my local Goodwill stores in the electronics area.
That area usually has a power bar to try the used electronics. I usually test them first by going over
to the place in the goodwill store where they have stationary and spiral notebooks. Tear out a few pieces
of paper and run them thru the shredder as a test.

They usually run anywhere between 2.99 to 5 or 6 bucks.
I do lots of shredding and the used ones wont last forever so I usually keep a spare on hand as like I
said, they are not always available at Goodwill. Will last longer if you dont overload them no matter how
many sheets they state they can take, I usually just feed them 2 or 3 sheets of paper at a time.

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Dovetonsils said:   Tear out a few pieces of paper and run them thru the shredder as a test.

Now why would you do that and not bring your own paper? That's wanton vandalism.

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ocean935 said:   
Dovetonsils said:   Tear out a few pieces of paper and run them thru the shredder as a test.
Now why would you do that and not bring your own paper? That's wanton vandalism.

† Hopefully, †he pays for the notebooks

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You need the Shrinter! Print directly to the shredder to save valuable time. (And waste valuable money)

http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/looflirpa/shrinter.shtml

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Nice april fools item.

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soundtechie said:   
ocean935 said:   
Dovetonsils said:   Tear out a few pieces of paper and run them thru the shredder as a test.
Now why would you do that and not bring your own paper? That's wanton vandalism.

† Hopefully, †he pays for the notebooks

I like your positive thinking, but I can't bring myself to agree. I doubt that is happening.

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heck, just burn the damn things!

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ocean935 said:   Dovetonsils said:   Tear out a few pieces of paper and run them thru the shredder as a test.

Now why would you do that and not bring your own paper? That's wanton vandalism.

like shrimp wantons? vegetable wantons?

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i think there's one posted in hot deals. buy that one

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Farfisa850 said:   You need the Shrinter! Print directly to the shredder to save valuable time. (And waste valuable money)

http://www.thinkgeek.com/stuff/looflirpa/shrinter.shtml

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Not available for Win 7, 8 or 10. They need to update the drivers so I can waste ink & paper on my Win 10 PC.†

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Get something with a high sheet count -- more powerful and rugged, meaning it won't be taxed as much if you feed just 5 sheets at a time.

The Staples brand micro-cut shredder that sells for about $170-180 is good and has lasted us about 10 years. †The pieces are about 1/8" wide and 3/8" long.

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<== Economy paper shredder
(pic hint: scissors)..

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george2001 said:   <== Economy paper shredder
(pic hint: scissors)..

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<-------- I have no idea how good these are, but they are cheap. Downside is that it will be more effort to 'shred' the paper, and more time.†

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george2001 said:   <== Economy paper shredder
(pic hint: scissors)..

I just tear up the papers with my hands. Then I mix in some cat poop and spoiled food. If someone wants copies of my old bills and receipts that bad they can have them.

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Get a goat. Not a goatee. But a full size adult goat.

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