I participated in a campaign on behalf of Mom Central Consulting (#MC) for Fellowes. I received a product sample to facilitate my review and a promotional item as a thank you for participating
Paper clutter has always been a bit of a problem for me, so much so that you could call me the paper clutter queen. In recent years, the problem has been harder to fight. On top of the usual papers most people have such as bills, I also have a plenitude related to writing and recipe assignments, and since my daughter is disabled, an ocean of paperwork related to all of her therapies and services. From thick packets, to tiny scraps of paper jotted with recipe notes, I have it all.
I’d planned on getting a shredder to help with the onslaught of paper clutter for years now. I just never seemed to get around to it. I was nervous about one being around my daughter & if I was going to get one, I would get a good one. All the cheap ones do is jam up. So when the opportunity arose to review a Fellowes 63Cb Shredder, I was happy to participate.
What I Like about the Fellowes 63Cb Shredder
I was interested in the Fellowes 63Cb Shredder in particular, for several reasons, but the two that really stood out for me are:
- Jam Blocker Technology – stop paper jams before they start.
- SafeSense – The 63Cb has an advanced electronic safety sensor surrounding the slot where the paper enters and automatically disables the shredder if a hand touches the paper opening.
Besides these two important features, this shredder is also energy efficient and powerful. It cross cuts for security and has an easy to slide out bin.
Getting more organized…
Since the Fellowes 63Cb Shredder arrived old paper clutter has cut down somewhat. Yes, I still have a lot of papers, but now, I have a ready way to dispose of those I don’t need anymore. The shredder has come in very handy, and encouraged me to reduce the overwhelming paper clutter round here (perhaps, partially because I just like shredding…lol).
The Fellows 63Cb is a nice shredder, but it is simply a shredder, not a maid, so it can’t work miracles on it’s own. It has been a great tool to help me organize though. I can even see my little antique ivory desk buddy, and he was fully submerged in papers before. Poor little guy.