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Do you want the "official" answer or a practical one? Officially I believe the previous responders are correct by saying 8 sheets. From my experience, I believe that if you were to feed in sheets eight at a time, you would find that the shredder would soon overheat and the circuit breaker would trip off. That requires … see more Do you want the "official" answer or a practical one? Officially I believe the previous responders are correct by saying 8 sheets. From my experience, I believe that if you were to feed in sheets eight at a time, you would find that the shredder would soon overheat and the circuit breaker would trip off. That requires a somewhat lengthy cool-down period before you can resume shredding operations. (If you only go through a limited number of cycles of 8 sheets each, that would be okay.) In my experience, it generally handles 4 sheets at a time over a prolonged period. This is the case when I am clearing out last years credit card receipts, utility bills, etc. That can add up to a fair amount of paper for shredding. Is this a scientific exact answer? No, but it is what I have done to get good results from my shredder. Have I ever tripped the circuit breaker? Yep. They say experience is the best teacher. While this is somewhat long winded, I hope it gives you a useful answer for what to expect. see less Do you want the "official" answer or a practical one? Officially I believe the previous responders are correct by saying 8 sheets. From my experience, I believe that if you were to feed in sheets eight at a time, you would find that the shredder would soon overheat and the circuit breaker would trip off. That requires a somewhat lengthy cool-down period before you can resume shredding operations. (If you only go through a limited number of cycles of 8 sheets each, that would be okay.) In my experience, it generally handles 4 sheets at a time over a prolonged period. This is the case when I am clearing out last years credit card receipts, utility bills, etc. That can add up to a fair amount of paper for shredding. Is this a scientific exact answer? No, but it is what I have done to get good results from my shredder. Have I ever tripped the circuit breaker? Yep. They say experience is the best teacher. While this is somewhat long winded, I hope it gives you a useful answer for what to expect.
paul in nj
· February 2, 2017
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No, this unit is not manufactured to shred credit cards with chips
iThinkBlue
Seller · April 2, 2018
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The manufacturer says ' DO NOT USE OIL". I purchased the NUOVA Shredder Sharpening and Lubricant Sheets, they are simple to use.
I use one sheet a month, just run sheet through shredder then run in reverse for ten seconds. I have been doing this since I purchased the shredder and it has reduced the paper dust that bui… see more
The manufacturer says ' DO NOT USE OIL". I purchased the NUOVA Shredder Sharpening and Lubricant Sheets, they are simple to use.
I use one sheet a month, just run sheet through shredder then run in reverse for ten seconds. I have been doing this since I purchased the shredder and it has reduced the paper dust that builds up on the underside of the shredder head and I don't have the problem of paper sticking to the teeth. see less
The manufacturer says ' DO NOT USE OIL". I purchased the NUOVA Shredder Sharpening and Lubricant Sheets, they are simple to use.
I use one sheet a month, just run sheet through shredder then run in reverse for ten seconds. I have been doing this since I purchased the shredder and it has reduced the paper dust that builds up on the underside of the shredder head and I don't have the problem of paper sticking to the teeth.

JamesL43
· August 20, 2018
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1-2 month shipping time? I went back and looked at the item, it says prime eligible, which is just 2 days!
Wendell Blue
· June 27, 2019
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First of all I am wondering why you need to shred cardboard. Shredding is to reduce the possibility of ID theft by someone recompiling the data on your papers. If you will be tearing it into shreds then tear it into smaller pieces also, and toss it in the trash. If you are talking about corrugated cardboard with the gl… see more First of all I am wondering why you need to shred cardboard. Shredding is to reduce the possibility of ID theft by someone recompiling the data on your papers. If you will be tearing it into shreds then tear it into smaller pieces also, and toss it in the trash. If you are talking about corrugated cardboard with the glued layer inside 2 more layers, the answer is NO. I have shredded cardboard such as the backing of legal pad but it really lugged down the cutters. If it is just a matter of disposing of unwanted paper products, shred a little and rip a little. Why chance ruining your shredder? see less First of all I am wondering why you need to shred cardboard. Shredding is to reduce the possibility of ID theft by someone recompiling the data on your papers. If you will be tearing it into shreds then tear it into smaller pieces also, and toss it in the trash. If you are talking about corrugated cardboard with the glued layer inside 2 more layers, the answer is NO. I have shredded cardboard such as the backing of legal pad but it really lugged down the cutters. If it is just a matter of disposing of unwanted paper products, shred a little and rip a little. Why chance ruining your shredder?
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It is about 12.5 inches wide, 8.5 inches deep and about 15.5 inches high.
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yes top lifts off bottom waste basket
manuel galindo
· May 14, 2019
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Made in China
iThinkBlue
Seller · May 8, 2020
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It’s broken
Nat
· May 28, 2020
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110 volt
Linda S
· December 26, 2018