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Fellowes 73Ci Paper Shredder Review #FellowesInc

Our review of the Fellowes 73Ci Paper Shredder.

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Fellowes for SocialSpark. All opinions are 100% mine.

It’s not often that we review office products here at BWOne.com but Fellowes was nice enough to send along their new 73Ci Paper Shredder for review and just in time as I’m in need of a shredder myself.

When you first look at the Fellowes 73Ci shredder the first thing you will notice is its sleek attractive design with a Capacitive touch screen display that makes it stand out from the typical beige colored and boring looking shredders. This nice looks give you the option to leave it out in the open for view instead of tucking it under a desk or table from view.


The 73Ci uses Cross-Cut technology to slice paper into nearly 400 different shards and bits making it nearly impossible to put back together. Not only does it shred paper it also will chomp down on CDs and DVDs and will cut through credit cards as well. This is great for me as I’ve said early I was in need of a shredder as just moved and clearing out some old documents, CDs and DVDs that I don’t need, and some of it has personal information on it that I don’t want to fall into the wrong hands.

Even with those powerful cutting blades your hands will be 100% safe with SafeSense technology that shuts down the shredder the moment is recognizes hands near the opening. And with this power also comes cost saving with proprietary Energy Saving System to save on power usage and keep the electric bill down.

The Fellowes 73Ci is a great paper shredder for the executive type that was something good with some more style to it. It’s sold at most office superstores for around $199.99. It’s one that we can definitely recommend and you can see our video review below for more information.

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About the author

Warren Bowman

I have a deep passion for everything tech. From gadgets to gaming I get it all and love giving my opinions, reviews and analysis on all things tech. Live Your Tech World In High Definition!


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