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MailMaster® Plus Mailbox

Available in 4 colors to choose from

All-in-one mailbox with molded-in newspaper compartment. Made in USA.

  • Weather and vandal resistant
  • Front and rear access
  • Heavy duty poly construction
  • Mounts easily to 4"x"4 (10.2 x 10.2 cm) post (not included)
  • Note: With normal soil conditions and level ground, a standard 4”x4” post cut to 48 inch length is adequate for mounting your MailMaster mailbox with 24 inches in ground and 24 inches above ground
  • Includes address numbers, mounting hardware and rear post cover
  • Style of mailbox may vary
  • Minimal assembly required
Recommended Age:
Product Number: 545200
Dimensions: 51.00 H 12.50 W 23.25 D
Weight: 20.00 lbs
MailMaster® Plus Mailbox - Spruce
Spruce
MailMaster® Plus Mailbox - Black
Black
MailMaster® Plus Mailbox - Stone Gray
Stone Gray
MailMaster® Plus Mailbox - Walnut
Walnut
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Step2MailMaster® Plus Mailbox
 
4.0

(based on 103 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (48)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (29)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (9)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (8)

82%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (74)
  • Durable (72)
  • Weather proof (70)
  • Displays address clearly (65)
  • Signals outgoing mail (31)

Cons

  • Poorly crafted (13)
  • Mail gets wet in rain (8)
  • Fades in sun (6)

Best Uses

  • Mail receptacle (78)
  • Display address (31)
  • Decoration (14)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid do-it-yourselfer (36), Casual do-it-yourselfer (29), Professional (13), Novice (9), Do-it-yourself (7)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Would Buy again; owned for 3 yrs

Purchased the MailMaster Plus Mailbox by Step2, 3 yrs. ago in beige color to match house. Love the design, hasn't faded, mail never gets wet, neighbors compliment the style of box....Read complete review

Purchased the MailMaster Plus Mailbox by Step2, 3 yrs. ago in beige color to match house. Love the design, hasn't faded, mail never gets wet, neighbors compliment the style of box. Very pleased, would buy again.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not snowplow resistant!

If you buy this because you live in a snowy area and think it is sturdy enough to withstand a snowplow- guess again! Ours has been taken out too many times to count and...Read complete review

If you buy this because you live in a snowy area and think it is sturdy enough to withstand a snowplow- guess again! Ours has been taken out too many times to count and is currently being held together w/ metal straps and wire! Will replace it with something cheaper in the spring. Bought this one after our cheap one was destroyed the first winter and figured this would fair better! Wrong! I know there is no claim from the company to the effect it could stand up to a snowplow, but the sturdy appearance would make you think so! (According to our highway dept. the plow never actually hits the mailbox- it's the force of the snow!)

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5.0

Hail of a Mailbox!

By Toni the Tiger

from Blair, Nebraska

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

Pros

  • Ages Gracefully
  • Attractive Design
  • Displays Address Clearly
  • Hail Resistent
  • Signals Outgoing Mail
  • Sturdy
  • Unbelievable
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

  • Fades in Sun

Best Uses

  • Mail Receptacle

Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Plus Mailbox:

We purchased ours prior to 2000. It has been run over a couple of times by mischevious teenagers, several hail storms in the past, a small twister last year and a huge hail storm this week! I am pleased to say it only lost half of the front door. We had to get a replacement flag after one of the runovers (free I might add - Thank you Step2!)This mailbox does not have one crack, dent or mark on it. It has faded over the years but don't we all :) I love it. Thanks again Step2 for a great product.

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4.0

Replacement Mailbox

By R.J.

from Traverse City, MI

About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Displays Address Clearly
  • Easy To Put Together
  • Easy to put up
  • Good Instructions

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Decoration
    • Mail Receptacle

    Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Plus Mailbox:

    This is a replacement mailbox. Just put it up, too new to leave a good comment.

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    3.0

    too new to rate

    By countrygal1577

    from Grand Rapids mi

    About Me Beginner

    Verified Buyer
    new-bee

    Pros

    • Displays Address Clearly

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Mail Receptacle

      Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Plus Mailbox:

      It installed easily and was just put up. I will have to see how it withstands the weather before making any more comments.

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      1.0

      Latest Model Mailmaster Plus

      By Patti

      from Orland Park, IL

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

      Pros

      • Signals Outgoing Mail
      • Sturdy
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

      • Interior Too Small

      Best Uses

        Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Plus Mailbox:

        The model you will recieve is not the same as pictured on this website. For one, to put it together you have to drill your own holes and attach the top to the bottom with the four supplied screws. The screws now show on the outside two on each side just below the address space. The screws they supply rust and the stain drips down the side. Also the space to put the mail is very small and will not hold an overnight letter envelope even though the outside dimensions are very large. The new design is NOT an improvement either functionally or asthetically.

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        5.0

        i would buy another

        By jw48137

        from gregory michigan

        About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

        Pros

        • Sturdy

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Mail Receptacle

          Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Plus Mailbox:

          ive had mine for 15 years its been hit by cars pulled outa the ground by trucks and beaten with baseball bats and snow plows only thing i ever have to do is replace one of the doors once in awhile

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          MailMaster® Plus Mailbox
          Already Asked: 24 Questions, 38 Answers
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          A shopper asked: Can you get replacement parts (front door & flag) for the Mailmaster Step2 model? Jul 9, 2013
          Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (2) No (0)
          Step2Staff: You can purchase the front door and flag for this mailbox through our Customer Service Department. Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you with this request. Jul 10, 2013
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
          Thomas K: Thank you for your reply. I've called the number above several times yesterday and today and it's always get a busy signal. Apparently you have no answering machine? Can you confirm that is the correct number? Thanks again for your help. Jul 11, 2013
          A shopper asked: are the doors held shut with magnets? Nov 14, 2013
          Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
          Daniel W: Yes. At the top near where the handle is. Nov 15, 2013
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          Carol G: yes - works well for me. Nov 18, 2013
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          Amy S: Use they are. Nov 15, 2013
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          AUGUST L: Yes Nov 15, 2013
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          Hart B: Yes Nov 15, 2013
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          A shopper asked: How tall (in inches) are the address decals? TIA. Jun 9, 2013
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          JERRY H: The numbers provided with the box are 2 3/8" x 1 3/8" Jun 10, 2013
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          Al D: about 2 1/2 inches high Jun 10, 2013
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          RICHARD G: 5" Jul 12, 2013
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          A shopper asked: What is the flap for hanging down from the back door?? Instructions are very vague. Thank you. Apr 1, 2014
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          ELAINE L: I agree about the insructions being a bit confusing regarding the flap, but the flap really is just a back to what we refer to as the newspaper slot below the mail area. The flap allows easy access while still protecting contents from the elements. Apr 2, 2014
          Reply to ELAINE Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          paul g: it blocks the newspaper from coming all the way thru and then it allows you to retrieve the paper from the back by lifting the flap so u dont have to get in the road to get paper from front Apr 2, 2014
          Reply to paul Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          A shopper asked: Can the "door" be fixed by just inserting into the holes in the mailbox? Someone took mine off last night and put it inside the box. Jan 16, 2014
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          paul g: yes...i believe it just pops back into place if it hasn't been damaged Jan 16, 2014
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          Al D: Yes Jan 16, 2014
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          A shopper asked: The lower compartment I use for delivery of fliers and newspapers. There is no door on the front and the back opening has a flip-flop cover hinged to the box that flip-flops in the wind. When we have storms and/or wind, the newspaper gets blown away. Suggestion is to close off the back of the mail box compartment and the newspaper apartment. Then add a door on the front of the newspaper compartment. Should be cheaper to manufacture and protects both compartments during strorms. Knowing this can not be done for those on slaes shelves, could you supply a fitted insert that could be secured on the end and greatly reduce air flow through the newspaper compartment? Jan 11, 2014
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          Step2Staff: Thank you for your suggestion. We will pass it along to our Research & Development team. Jan 13, 2014
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          Tom1951: is replacement post available Apr 6, 2014
          Reply to Tom1951 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          A shopper asked: I just picked up this mailbox from Lowes, the box shows what looks lik an updated design as pictured on the website here (screws on inside & number location). However the actual mailbox seems to be an older unit (screws on the outside) and no location for the house number. How can i make sure i get a new unit? Oct 8, 2013
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          Step2Staff: We recently changed the design of this mailbox. The screws were moved to the outside and the recess was eliminated for the address labels (there is just a recessed line to use as a guide). If you are not happy with this item, please return it to the retailer in which you purchased it. Oct 9, 2013
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          needsnewmailbox: Why were the screws moved to the outside? It seems to me that that's a step in the wrong direction. On the outside,they're exposed to the elements and will quickly rust, and the ensuing rust staines will look awful. Apr 10, 2014
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          Robert B asked: Does this type of mailbox come with provisions for 2 mailboxes on 1 post? Jul 12, 2013
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          JERRY H: No, designed for only one mail box Jul 13, 2013
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          RICHARD G: NO, it does NOT Jul 12, 2013
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          A shopper asked: does this require cement in the post hole? Jun 21, 2014
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          Step2Staff: This mailbox requires a standard 4" x 4" post cut to 48-inch length. For detailed assembly instructions, please visit: http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/540200_assembly.pdf Jul 3, 2014
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          A shopper asked: What is the interior size of the mail box? May 26, 2014
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          Step2Staff: The interior dimensions are: 8.25" H x 7.25" W x 18.75" D May 27, 2014
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          A shopper asked: We just purchased a new mailbox and it is great! My question is we have a letter "N" in front of our address numbers, why aren't there any letters included? May 7, 2014
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          Step2Staff: Unfortunately we do not offer letters for the mailbox. These may be found at your local craft or hardware store. We appreciate your feedback and will pass the suggestion on to all of the appropriate departments for review. May 7, 2014
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          A shopper asked: No instructions inside the box. However, installation seems pretty simple. Problem is I have too many screws...looks like two extra from what is shown on the box. Any ideas? Apr 15, 2014
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          Step2Staff: The instructions are also available electronically here: http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/540200_assembly.pdf For further assistance with assembly, please give us a call at 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET. Apr 15, 2014
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          A shopper asked: Can you spray paint the mailbox? If so, what type of paint?

          Thanks.
          Apr 11, 2014
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          Step2Staff: This mailbox can be painted with Krylon Fusion found at most retail and hardware stores. Apr 14, 2014
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          A shopper asked: The mail door will not stay shut. The magnet doesn't seem to work anymore. Can you buy a replacement one or have a suggestion? Apr 3, 2014
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          Step2Staff: You can purchase a replacement magnet through our Customer Service Department. Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you with this request. Apr 4, 2014
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          CB in Cleveland asked: I purchased my first mailbox from you when you first introduced them many years ago. A car finally plowed directly into it at speed and totaled it. Replaced it with a new one. Anyways, I need to throw out the pieces of the old one. Is the plastic a type that can be put out with my recyclables? If so, what is the number designation of the plastic for recycling? Mar 26, 2014
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          Step2Staff: Yes, this mailbox can be recycled at level 4. Mar 27, 2014
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          Scott H. asked: Are you going to re-stock the Walnut color for this mailbox? Mar 2, 2014
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          Step2Staff: The Walnut color is currently out of stock. This mailbox will be available again once it is back in stock. Mar 3, 2014
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          Kim B asked: Our mailbox is getting a green tint on one side (I assume its moss) do you recommend a safe cleaner for the plastic. Also the flag is getting a white chalky look, do you recommend a wax or protective product to condition and protect both the mailbox and flags plastic? Nov 20, 2013
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          Step2Staff: We recommend washing your mailbox with warm, soapy water & a soft brush. You can use Armor All to protect it and shine it up. You can also call us free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to arrange shipment for a replacement flag. Nov 21, 2013
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          A shopper asked: seems the piece C to attach in the back of post is about 1/2" too narrow, is this normal? also the 3" screws seem to be too short and also do not seem to be stainless or galvinzed. I have notice alot of my neighbors are rusted. Please advise. Oct 9, 2013
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          Step2Staff: Please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you with this request. Oct 10, 2013
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          Bob Z asked: I have one installed by a previous owner. It is stained by minerals in our water (sprinkler). What is the type of plastic used in the unit...I want to paint it but need a paint that will adhere to this plastic? Oct 9, 2013
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          Step2Staff: This plastic mailbox can be painted with Krylon Fusion found at most retail and hardware stores. Oct 10, 2013
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          A shopper asked: Has anyone used the Mayne No-Dig Ground Screw to install this mailbox? or will it work? did not want to dig at at this time thought I would try the Mayne No-Dig Ground Screw. Oct 9, 2013
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          Step2Staff: We only recommend using a 4x4 wood post to install this mailbox. Oct 10, 2013
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          Christy asked: Any suggestions on how to attach a flag hanger on the back of the mailbox post? Oct 6, 2013
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          Step2Staff: You can bolt it in, but make sure it also goes through the wood post. Please note that any modification to the mailbox would void the 3 year warranty. Oct 7, 2013
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          Lyle S asked: What are the dimensions of the door opening? I get small packages and want to know if they'll fit. Jul 16, 2013
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          Step2Staff: The dimensions for this door opening are 9”H x 8” W x 1/2” in thickness Jul 16, 2013
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          A shopper asked: is the post supposed to stick out of the back about 3/4" on a standard 4x4? Jul 15, 2013
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          Step2Staff: Can you please call toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you with this request. We were trying to determine exactly the issue but we want to be 100% certain and feel that a phone call would be better to help with this one. Jul 16, 2013
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          John H asked: Is the color 'spruce' the green color I see everywhere? Apr 14, 2013
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          Wendy L: Does this model have magnetic closure? May 5, 2013
          Reply to Wendy Good answer? Yes (2) No (0)
          KATHRYN T: I have the Stone Gray color. Stone Gray, Walnut and a few Black are the popular colors in my neighborhood. No one has Spruce.

          Most people make a color choice as to what looks nice with their house. The light colors seem to be the favorite.
          Apr 15, 2013
          Reply to KATHRYN Good answer? Yes (1) No (0)
          John H: That`s not what I asked! I just wanted to know if `spruce` was the green color of the ones I see all over... Apr 15, 2013
          KATHRYN T: Yes. Spruce is the green color. Apr 15, 2013
          Al D: Most people do pick color that goes best with house, like Kathryn T. said. Black and Grey seem most popular in our neighborhood. Al D. Jun 10, 2013
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          RICHARD G: yes Jul 12, 2013
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