Walmart Canada: 8pg Cross Cut Shredder only $35 (Was $59.99)
If you have been holding back on purchasing a proper shredder to shred those precious phone bills, receipts, and credit card bills, then wait no longer! Walmart Canada has an eight page cross cut shredder on sale for only $35 (was $59.99) with free shipping.
It is really hard to do a price comparison when brand name is not given. I assume this is a Walmart brand or maybe just that piece of info has been accidently left off the website. Anyway, I price compared with previous shredder deals we have found and written about on Bargainmoose. Previously, Eva and I have found eight page cross-shredders from Staples Canada on sale from $59.92 down to $39.92. The last deal we found on a shredder was this 11-page shredder for $49.99 at Amazon Canada that Margarita posted. Compared to these previous deals, Walmart's discount is a solid $5 under Staple's sale price for the same shredder and Walmart offers free shipping whereas Staples you have to hit a $45 minimum.
The shredder can cross-shred up to eight pages at a time and store the shredding in a 14 litre drum underneath. The machine turns paper into 5/32" x 1-3/8" cross cut shreds. There are auto start, stop, and reverse functions. As Margarita mentioned in her post on shredders a while back, crosscut shredders are a security level three. Ideal for private documents but not quite good enough for stuff like medical records (just burn them).
There is only one review on this Shredder at Walmart right now, and the reviewer only had good words for the machine:
I bought this shredder a month ago. It is powerful and really shreds. Highly recommended.
For a house or small office shredder, this should come in quite handy. I often worry about the security of my documents even when I recycle most of my paper. I used to worry even more when we did not have recycling because dumpster divers are nature's natural recycling program it seems. Even now that I recycle, I would prefer to give them my shredded bills, receipts, and mail rather than a whole or just torn up document.
Hey Moosers, do you own a shredder? If not, why? If so, what documents do you designate for the shredder?
As with all orders from Walmart, this will ship for free to your house.
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