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Long time industry leader in personal shredding Fellowes, Inc. has once again proven their ability to add value with their 73Ci which stops if it senses human hands and has 100% no jam technology for seamless shredding. Officially the shredder is out as of January 2013 and ready for you to give it a good look.
The Fellowes 73Ci is a serious shredder truly fit for a small size business and individuals as well.
With heavy-duty Cross-cut blades you are able to shred each sheet of paper into 397 particles ultimately making it virtually impossible to piece back together. Especially in an age of personal identity theft a machine such as this can help ensure your personal and business security if you also are shredding business documents with one of these.
As expected this is also very capable shredder. You can shred 12 sheets at once as well as CDs, DVDs, Paper clips, Staples, and more. There is a digital display which shows you what level of stress you should be giving to it. If you visit their website you can find more information on each of their products. Some shred up to 17 or more sheets safely without messing up the device. We recommend watching the product video which shows some of the features in a practical viewable setting to get an idea for the hand touch sensor and the feedback monitor.
A touch screen area enables you to easily control the system and adjust any settings you need to. SafeSense technology is what they have built in to protect your hands from the shredder, the shredder uses it to sense if hands are nearby and stops shredding an important security feature that is now affordable to anybody.
We recommend checking out the Fellowest 723Ci we think more shredders should follow suit. Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
You can pick one of these up for somewhere around its suggested retail price of $199.99 and put it to use protecting your family and business associates 24/7/365 from outside threats of physical paper records thiefs.
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