Kitchen Shredder: Protect Your Family's Identity
Why didn't we think of this? We often sort our mail in the kitchen and then throw it into a very unsafe pile of things anyone could go through to steal lots of information about us. Royal's practical KS7 Kitchen Shredder is designed for the kitchen, where most families sort their mail, the KS7 handles household rubbish while offering an easy and effective method to dispose of unsolicited mail containing valuable personal or family information.
The KS7 shreds credit cards, CDs and other data to help ensure household privacy.Since most mail is sorted and opened in the kitchen, Royal has designed its new Kitchen Shredder to offer families a convenient alterative to simply discarding this information, attempting to destroy it with scissors or stacking it somewhere in hopes of shredding it at another time. Royal's KS7 Shredder combines the functionality of a generous 10-gallon general household trash receptacle with the practicality of a 5.3 gallon capacity office shredder to make shredding easy, convenient and immediately accessible.
The new KS7 is 27" high, 10" wide, 18" deep (front to rear) and weighs 22 pounds. A 13-gallon plastic bag is recommended for the household trash compartment. Availability is scheduled for November 1, 2005 at Target, Circuit City, and online retailers.
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Posted by Jay Brewer at October 5, 2005 7:46 AM