Swingline Introduces the Stack-and-Shred, So You Can Keep Your Secrets Hidden

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Swingline Introduces the Stack-and-Shred, So You Can Keep Your Secrets Hidden

Are you one of those people who sticks your insurance finalization forms in the trash? The kind who tosses bank receipts, deposit slips, paid utility and credit card bills in the bin? Do you make jokes about filing important documents away in “drawer #13”, but you really mean the overflowing bucket under your desk? If so, then you are also the type of person who is simply begging for their identity to be stolen.

Yes, really.

The solution is to shred those documents as they leave your hand, before they make their way into the garbage. Don’t even let them start to accumulate.

Purchasing a shredder can be a bit of a challenge, however. There are so many kinds out there, and some are absolute junk — they can’t handle more than a couple of sheets of paper at a time. If you dare load more than their capacity, they’ll start rearing … and jumping! Some are totally dangerous to pets and small children, but that is a post for another day. =/

The $249 Stack-and-Shred can handle up to 100 sheets of paper at a time, and it can take on your credit cards, too! It’s supposed to be pretty quiet, so you won’t have to worry about alerting the auditor when you’re in the back room disposing of the evidence. [Pretend I didn’t say that.]

Anyway, I’ve got a bagful of “stuff” that I am afraid to throw away but I don’t want to burn, so I am looking forward to receiving the review unit. I am sure that I can manage to put it through several grueling tests as I create packing material and confetti from its cross-cutting teeth. It’s a party!

Stack, Shut and Go! Swingline Introduces Stack-and-Shred™ Office Technology for a New Way to Shred Personal and Business Documents

Offers Best Balance of Features, Performance and Security to Multitask Like You Mean It

Lincolnshire, IL. – February 10, 2011 – Swingline®, a worldwide leader in delivering workspace tools for the business, home and mobile office, today announced a new way to easily and confidentially shred up to 100 sheets of paper at once, including credit cards. The Swingline Stack-and-Shred™ is an ultra-quiet, cross-cut, automatic shredder that simplifies the task of shredding and promises to put time back in the average work day. Spend less time feeding the shredder and more time getting stuff done.

“Consumers and businesses professionals alike are not only pressed for time but need their personal technology to work efficiently and quickly,” said Jed Peters, Vice President of U.S. Marketing, ACCO Brands.  “Our new Stack-and-Shred is so easy to use that everyone can benefit from enhanced security by shredding their sensitive documents and simply getting on with their day.”

Introducing the Swingline Stack-and-Shred

Stack, Shut and Go. The Swingline Stack-and-Shred technology is built for busy executives, small and home office users and anyone who wants an easy and efficient way to personally shred.  It does the work so users can multitask like they mean it. Just lift the lid, stack up to 100 sheets of paper, close the lid and get on with the day.  It’s that simple. This new way to shred makes destroying large volumes of paper every month a snap, reclaiming valuable time, helping cut the risk of identity theft and ultimately saving money.

The Swingline Stack-and-Shred features:

Auto+  technology

Automatic jam clearance

Super  quiet  performance

Fits under desks

Staples, credit  cards  and  paper clips

Secure  cross-cut shredding

5 year cutter  /2 year machine warranty

Product Availability

The Swingline Stack-and-Shred is available now for purchase at leading office supply retailers and online dealers. For additional information on the new and existing line of Swingline products, please visit www.stackandshred.com

Watch the Swingline Stack-and-Shred video at: http://www.stackandshred.com/



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About the Author

Judie Lipsett Stanford
I've had a fascination with all types of gadgets and gizmos since I was a child, beginning with the toy robot that my grandmother gave my brother - which I promptly "relieved him of" in 1973. I'm a self-professed gadget magpie. I can't tell you how everything works, but I'm known world-wide for using a product until I have a full understanding of what it does, what its limitations are, and if it excels in any given area — or not.