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This year, Fellowes brings to us their newy introduced, game-changing Fellowes 73Ci – the leader in shredders. This machine automatically senses and responds to consumer behavior for optimized performance and safety.
Fellowes, Inc. designed and manufactured the very first personal shredder back in 1990. Today, Fellowes is the category leader in product innovation, staying at the forefront of the technologies that make the shredding experience faster, safer and easier for everyone.
Common frustrations associated with shredders often revolve around jamming, in fact, this is the number one shredder complaint. Unlike other shredders though, Fellowes is the only brand on the market with 100% Jam Proof technology and although other brands may offer anti-jam features, none combine the key elements that ensure multiple levels of advanced jam prevention. The 73Ci eliminates jamming to help you power through those tough jobs.
Along with its capacitive touch screen controls, another great feature of the 73Ci is its SafeSense Technology. This means as soon as hands touch the paper opening, the shredder will automatically stop shredding – a great feature to have, especially if you have little ones running around your home office!
Energy conservationist? That’s fine; the 73Ci comes with a proprietary Energy Savings System which maximizes shredder energy savings 100% of the time – both in use and out of use making it easy on your utilities bill.
Identity theft and security an issue in your home or office? Not anymore; the 73Ci implements heavy-duty Cross-Cut blades that destroy a single sheet of paper into 397 particles, making it nearly impossible to piece back together. Be sure to shred all your personal and private documents before throwing them out with your trash!
The new Fellowes 73Ci hit the market in January of 2013 and is now available at office superstores at the suggested retail price of $199.99.
What 73Ci feature interests you the most?