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SDS1605C Cross Cut Shredder


Retail: R1,450

This compact cross cut shredder is the perfect balance of compact design, security and convenience for the professional office environment.

Product Features
  • Cross Cut: Shreds up to 5 sheets of paper simultaneously into 4x25mm pieces for enhanced security.
  • Large Bin: Features a 15-liter capacity bin for efficient disposal of shredded materials.
  • Security Rating: DIN P-3 security rating ensures moderate-level protection for sensitive documents.
  • Throat Size: 230mm width allows for easy feeding of standard-sized documents.
  • Shred Speed: Operates at a speed of 2 meters per minute for quick shredding.
  • Noise Level: Low noise operation suitable for office environments.
  • Working Duty: Designed for continuous operation of over 5 minutes.
  • Overheat Protection: Equipped with overheat protection to prevent damage during extended use.
  • Integrated Carry Handle: Built-in handle for convenient portability.
  • Reverse / Off / Auto Function: Provides versatile shredding options to suit different needs.
  • Power Switch: Easy-to-access switch for turning the shredder on or off.
  • Window: Transparent window allows for easy monitoring of bin fill level.
Product Specifications 
  • Cut Size: 4x25mm
  • Security Rating: DIN P-3
  • Throat Size: 230mm
  • Shred Speed: 2m/min
  • Bin Capacity: 15 liters
  • Duty Cycle: >5 minutes
  • Overheat Protection: Yes
  • Carry Handle: Integrated
  • Functions: Reverse, Off, Auto
  • Power Switch: Yes
  • Window: Yes
  • 12 Month Warranty
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Once upon a time, like back in the late 90s, it was an absolute joy to take your brand new Nokia 3310 to school to show your friends, complete with its unnecessarily sturdy cover. You'd gather in a little circle and see who could get the highest score on Snake. Later, you'd go home and (while supposedly doing your homework) listen to your favourite music on a CD player covered with stickers of Boyzone and Britney. Life was sweet.

Fast-forward to 2024 and that phone and CD player would these days only be taken to school for 'show and tell' in history class. By now, you see, that stuff is hardly considered 'tech', but 'vintage'. You know what is considered tech, though? A lot of the stuff we're running deals on today in the name of Tech Tuesday!