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In all the rush to get things done for the holidays, it's easy to let things build up. Papers don't get filed, mail stacks up and there's just so much stuff to organize.
One way to get your home office in post-holiday order is with the help of a paper shredder. And, right now, QVC is running a mega-sale on the popular Champion 9 Sheet MicroCut Shredder with 100 Sheet Autofeed. For a limited time, you can snag this powerful shredder for $85 (was $150).
Don't feel like paying $85 right now? No problem! QVC lets you make five easy installments of $17 instead. And, if you're new to QVC, you'll get an additional $15 off your order with the code OFFER.
There's so much to love about this paper shredder. For starters, it has some serious power behind it. This baby can effortlessly work its way through old credit cards, IDs, bank statements and more. Got staples in your stuff? The Champion 9 Sheet MicroCut Shredder can crunch through those, too.
This handy machine has a nine-sheet manual feed capacity and a 100-sheet auto feed capacity, allowing you to work through all that junk mail that's been building up in a jiffy.
A 3.5-gallon waste bin means there's no need to empty this shredder in between each use. The whole thing is on wheels, so you can roll it around your place as needed.
By the way, this machine is fast. It can work through an impressive 5.6 feet of stuff in one minute! An automatic start and stop mean getting your shred on is as simple as putting your trash on top and letting it go to work.
Choose from five different colors — black, gray, navy, purple and white — to find the look that fits in best with your decor.
Again, this sale won't last. Snag a powerful shredder at an impressive discount and get organized while you can.
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