Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 22
Rated 3 out of 5 by Nunnie1 This shredder is very, very messy. When opening the bin, you have to reach in and remove all the shredding which has bunched up on the blades and a lot lands on the floor. Also, after removing the bin, the floor of the shredder is covered in shredding...very disappointing.
March 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by PJGal Super Shredder
The 33433 I purchased replaces a more modest shredder that had worked very well until the day a plastic disk broke. Had heard of Fellowes as a quality product and had used one in my sister's home, so I began there. After doing a good bit of research online, I felt the reputation of the company was supported by the feedback of buyers/users, and thus focused by search there. Compared Feddowes products by online retailers and selected a model that suited my needs. at the best competitive price. Have just begun using it and find the quality to be excellent and performance as represented, especially capacity and sound level. My only criticism: the large bin is somewhat difficult to empty without spilling the cross-cut material on the floor or into the area underneath the pullout bin as it is being removed. My solution so far is to empty the bin more frequently, which isn't the most desirable situation, but it's easier than cleaning up the mess every time the bin is emptied.
February 27, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by CAP0911 Love This Shredder!
My first Fellowes shredder lasted well over ten years when one day, it just gave up the ghost. It was not fancy but had met all my needs so I looked for a new shredder by the same company. I spent a little more money and am pleased with my purchase. I do not have to remove the top with the motor in it to empty the bin; in my new shredder, the bin pulls out! What an improvement! In addition, as it cross-cuts the paper, it takes a lot more for the bin to fill up. It is also on casters which makes it very easy to move from place to place. I am completely satisfied and would recommend this shredder to anyone. Thus far, the pros far outweigh the cons.
January 11, 2013