Anyone who has a shredder would have experienced paper jam issues before; there is nothing more frustrating than a shredder jamming when you are trying to be as productive as possible whether at the office or at home. Someone like me who likes to keep things moving, paper jam is not an option.
Fellowes Inc has introduced their 73Ci, a machine that automatically senses and responds to consumer behavior for optimized performance and safety.
Features that makes the 73Ci unique:
- 100% Jam Proof System that eliminates paper jams and powers through tough jobs
- SafeSenseÂ® Technology which automatically stops shredding when hands touch the paper opening
- A proprietary Energy Savings System which maximizes shredder energy savings 100% of the time â€“ both in use and out of use
- Capacitive touch screen controls
- Heavy-duty Cross-Cut blades that destroy a single sheet of paper into 397 particles, making it nearly impossible to piece back together
The 73Ci has integrated technologies needed in order to make life easier, not only does it make your day a little more productive by eliminating the need to babysit your shredder should in case it jams, it is also built with health and safety in mind, with the ability to stop shredding should you touch the paper opening, and with the costs of running business or cost of living in general rising, it is also energy efficient.
The state of the art shredderÂ has touch capacitive touch screen coupled with a design that looks the part wether it will sit in your home office or business premises. Â The capacity toÂ destroy a single sheet of paper into 397 particles, making it nearly impossible to piece back together means you can give your clients piece of mind or event yourself piece of mind that no one will piece back together the shredded content for theft or fraud.
The new Fellowes 73CiÂ will be available at office superstores beginning January 2013 for a suggested retail price of $199.99.
Over to you, what do you find most important when purchasing your shredder? what makes the Fellowes 73Ci the ideal shredder?
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