Yes, I have a Fellowes PS80 that is a fairly large floor shredder. Bought it on sale for under $100 US, and it works very well. My wife wanted something that would shred all of the financial stuff that inundates her for IRAs and such, and seems very pleased with it. I use it occasionally, and am impressed with the speed and volume. Fellowes makes a whole line of well rated personal and professional shredders.
I don’t know about that very shredder, but I’m sure it’s easy to find on some online shopping site. I checked a random site (in Swedish) and they have three models from about $30 USD and more. The most simple machine makes just 7 mm strips, the second one makes squares and the most expensive makes diamond shaped pieces of the document. They say it’s an impossible puzzle. 8)
Ive got 2 (overkill a bit i know) No seriously dont buy some cheap an cheerful pile of excrement(like a stationary box one) as it will be allright for a bit and then the auto switch will stop working it will make the supposed shredded paper look like a dogs just attacked it and generally be a waste of your hard earned reddies :-TD Spend a bit more spondoolie and get a descent one that wont go blunt when you put a staple through it,or am i the only one stupid enough to do that ;D
Me current working properly one is a PC Line one,its got a little window on the front and everything so you know its getting full.