5 Best Fellowes Paper Shredders

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BEST OF THE BEST
BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK
Bottom Line
The top choice if you need a high-performing, powerful shredder and aren't concerned by the high price.
It's a solid machine, but others on our shortlist have more to offer.
A solid micro-shredder that rivals larger models for a fraction of the price – your best pick for value and performance.
Has similar features to the 425Ci but is more costly and requires more maintenance. We recommend our top pick instead.
A sound choice if you don't want to spend hundreds more; but unless you need continuous shredding, the 465Ms is a better deal.
Pros
Stands out for being a fast functioning, professional machine that can shred up to 22 sheets of paper at a time. Has a 16-gallon capacity bin and quiet operation.
A sleek yet heavy-duty machine that's works for small offices. Has a 14-gallon bin. Available in strip and cross-cut models.
Packs a lot of convenient features in a small powerhouse model – 16-sheet shredding capability, 6-gallon bin, and a SafeSense function.
Has similar features to the 425Ci with a larger 35-gallon bin. Features 3 levels of jam prevention and lifetime cutter warranty.
Offers continuous shredding for a mid-range price. Has a 16-gallon bin, and other preferred Fellowes features such as jam-proof and safety technology.
Cons
On the higher end of the price spectrum, but its performance is worth the price.
Our testers noted that is jams sometimes when shredding 20 sheets of paper at a time. It's also a bit loud when shredding.
Not for continuous shredding – requires a cool-down period after 20 minutes of use.
It's the most expensive model on our shortlist, and has the tendency to overheat if not lubricated properly.
It only shreds 16 sheets at a time, yet is more than double the price of the 465Ms that shreds 12 sheets at once.
BEST OF THE BEST
Preview
Bottom Line
The top choice if you need a high-performing, powerful shredder and aren't concerned by the high price.
Pros
Stands out for being a fast functioning, professional machine that can shred up to 22 sheets of paper at a time. Has a 16-gallon capacity bin and quiet operation.
Cons
On the higher end of the price spectrum, but its performance is worth the price.
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Preview
Bottom Line
It's a solid machine, but others on our shortlist have more to offer.
Pros
A sleek yet heavy-duty machine that's works for small offices. Has a 14-gallon bin. Available in strip and cross-cut models.
Cons
Our testers noted that is jams sometimes when shredding 20 sheets of paper at a time. It's also a bit loud when shredding.
More information
BEST BANG FOR THE BUCK
Preview
Bottom Line
A solid micro-shredder that rivals larger models for a fraction of the price – your best pick for value and performance.
Pros
Packs a lot of convenient features in a small powerhouse model – 16-sheet shredding capability, 6-gallon bin, and a SafeSense function.
Cons
Not for continuous shredding – requires a cool-down period after 20 minutes of use.
More information
Preview
Bottom Line
Has similar features to the 425Ci but is more costly and requires more maintenance. We recommend our top pick instead.
Pros
Has similar features to the 425Ci with a larger 35-gallon bin. Features 3 levels of jam prevention and lifetime cutter warranty.
Cons
It's the most expensive model on our shortlist, and has the tendency to overheat if not lubricated properly.
More information
Preview
Bottom Line
A sound choice if you don't want to spend hundreds more; but unless you need continuous shredding, the 465Ms is a better deal.
Pros
Offers continuous shredding for a mid-range price. Has a 16-gallon bin, and other preferred Fellowes features such as jam-proof and safety technology.
Cons
It only shreds 16 sheets at a time, yet is more than double the price of the 465Ms that shreds 12 sheets at once.
More information

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