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MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox

New slim design looks great and is still large enough to meet your needs. Made in USA.

  • Heavy-duty poly construction is durable and resists vandals
  • Mounts to existing or new 4"x4" (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" length is adequate for mounting your MailMaster mailbox with 24" in ground and 24" above ground
  • Includes address numbers, mounting hardware and post cover
  • Minimal assembly required
Recommended Age:
Product Number: 531800
Dimensions: 50.50 H 9.25 W 22.25 D
Weight: 14.00 lbs
MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox - Stone Gray
Stone Gray
MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox - Spruce
Spruce
MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox - Black
Black
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Step2MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox
 
4.3

(based on 53 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

  • 5 Stars

     

    (28)

  • 4 Stars

     

    (17)

  • 3 Stars

     

    (5)

  • 2 Stars

     

    (0)

  • 1 Stars

     

    (3)

86%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (43)
  • Durable (43)
  • Weather proof (42)
  • Displays address clearly (34)
  • Signals outgoing mail (16)

Cons

  • Poorly crafted (6)

Best Uses

  • Mail receptacle (44)
  • Display address (15)
  • Decoration (8)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Casual do-it-yourselfer (20), Avid do-it-yourselfer (19), Beginner (4), Professional (4), Novice (3)

Most Liked Positive Review

 

Indestructable

I have had this mailbox for over 10 years and last night someone decided to try and move it. They hit it with their car, hard enough to knock it across the driveway and...Read complete review

I have had this mailbox for over 10 years and last night someone decided to try and move it. They hit it with their car, hard enough to knock it across the driveway and scatter my stones, that I had around it, all over the place. Thanks to the concrete, the 4 x 4 post and the indestructable plastic it will be put back up. There is about a 2 inch dent where the bumper hit it and it did stop the car, before they ran away. Great product.

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Most Liked Negative Review

 

Not for the snowbound areas

The magnets are weak. The wind from the city snow plow driving by (without snow) can cause the doors to pop open. I witnessed it. The base bent when the city plow...Read complete review

The magnets are weak. The wind from the city snow plow driving by (without snow) can cause the doors to pop open. I witnessed it. The base bent when the city plow threw snow on it - no actual contact from the blade.

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4.0

This mailbox has survived well!

By Christina

from Rock Hill, SC

About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

new-bee

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Sturdy
  • Weather Resistant

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Decoration
    • Mail Receptacle

    Comments about Step2 MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox:

    I am writing to let potential buyers know that the quality of this mailbox is great. My mailbox was apparantly hit with a baseball bat yesterday. I found it over 25 ft away from the post/base. Upon impact Both doors, front & back flew in two different directions. With the help of a neighbor we were able to snap the doors back on, slip the mailbox onto the base, and re-attach with the screws. The only real damage is that the red flag was broken off, looks like that was the impact point with the bat. I would recommend this product for durability!

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    5.0

    Love the TrimLine series

    By Gumboro

    from Millsboro De

    About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

    Verified Buyer
    new-bee

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Displays Address Clearly
    • Signals Outgoing Mail
    • Strong Magnet Keep Door S
    • Sturdy
    • Weather Resistant

    Cons

    • None

    Best Uses

    • Mail Receptacle

    Comments about Step2 MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox:

    Easy assembly only a few screws. Last Step2 mailbox lasted over 15 years.

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    3.0

    Poorly Crafted

    By Gord the farmer

    from London Ontario Canada

    About Me Professional

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Breakable
    • Displays Address Clearly
    • Signals Outgoing Mail

    Cons

    • Poorly Crafted

    Best Uses

      Comments about Step2 MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox:

      The design and assembly has been well thought our. My only complaint the quality of the plastic. In very cold weather it is susbject to severe cracks when snowplows drive by in rural settings.
      I have replaced 3 in the last six years.

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      4.0

      great product. lackluster service

      By CJP

      from DS La

      About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Displays Address Clearly
      • Signals Outgoing Mail
      • Sturdy
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Mail Receptacle

        Comments about Step2 MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox:

        I have had this mailbox in the past and it is great. My only problem was when I purchase in the future I won't order on line. Poor customer service. They only shipped one and I ordered two. Then they kept sending me random tracking numbers that were dead ends. Not very happy.

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        4.0

        MailMaster® TrimLine Standard

        By Dave H.

        from Bel Air, MD

        About Me Avid Do-It-Yourselfer

        Verified Buyer
        new-bee

        Pros

        • Attractive Design
        • Displays Address Clearly
        • Signals Outgoing Mail
        • Sturdy
        • Weather Resistant

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Mail Receptacle

          Comments about Step2 MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox:

          We replaced a STEP 2 mailmaster mailbox that ouir plumber backed over recently. We wanted the same mailbox, but this one is much smaller in capacity. Other than the smaller size and minor design changes it is the same product. Sure do wish they would have left the size alone though....

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          MailMaster® TrimLine Standard Mailbox
          Already Asked: 4 Questions, 32 Answers
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          Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
          mary w: looks good Aug 14, 2014
          Bruce S: I wanted a mailbox identical to the one damaged by vandals. Aug 9, 2014
          Quentin B: Last one lasted 26 years. Finally died. Jul 15, 2014
          Wesley R: My girlfriend told me about them. She used to have one and she LOVED IT!!!!! Jun 21, 2014
          Robert B: style & simplicity Jun 1, 2014
          jason t: ran over with car had to replace with same one May 5, 2014
          Mary P: Have had a step 2 mailbox for several years. Need to replace only because it has been hit twice now by the snow plow. Going to keep the one we presently have for the winter time and put new one up for the warmer weather. Good product !! Apr 24, 2014
          Cathy G: Had one before and liked it. Apr 18, 2014
          Leon H: Had a Mailmaster for over 10 yrs thats a long time...snow plow finally busted the old one Mar 27, 2014
          Mary C: We liked the color, and the convenience of getting the mail from the house side of the box, not on the street. Feb 23, 2014
          Daniel S: had one in the past,looks nice, works well,easy to install,good quality Feb 19, 2014
          Colleen P: Looks durable and it does not have a newspaper holder Oct 13, 2013
          David H: I have one now, but after being run over twice it needs to be replaced... Sep 30, 2013
          Mike A: I like that the mailbox actually bolts to the post for more durability. Most others simply slide on and are easily knocked off & broken (like my old one) I hope it works... my faith is in Step2! Jul 18, 2013
          Karen G: I had a stone one before for about 15 years. Beautiful!!! No problems whatsoever until someone this winter (might have been a school bus) actually ran right into it and split the plastic to a point it could not be repaired. I have it taped together with duct tape now but I did not want to replace it until after all the snow storms were finished for the winter. I really love this product. Normal wear and tear cannot ruin it. Get one, you cannot go wrong. Apr 25, 2013
          THOMAS G: SLEEK DESIGN. SIMPLICITY. STEP 2 HAS GOOD REPUTATION. Apr 7, 2013
          Linda J: I already have one exactly like it and it needs to be replaced. Apr 7, 2013
          Jeffrey D: Step 2 products are rugged and dependable. Mar 30, 2013
          Janie B asked: Janie B: Is the TrimLine a post and mail box in one like the standard size one. I want to replace a standard size MailMaster that was hit and run. Is it still made and available?? Has anyone bought a standard size recently and if so where? Dec 27, 2013
          Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
          Lynn J: I'm not sure what you mean exactly by "in one like the standard size one," but yes, it is standard size. As I recall the top slides onto the plastic base when you are putting it together. It does not come off though, if that is your concern. You will need a standard wood post to slide the base over. You can purchase that at Ace or home improvement store. I ordered the mailbox online, since all I could find in stores had the newspaper/package slot, which I didn't want. I really like this mailbox. It is durable and nice looking, and most importantly, opens from the back-which I need since I live on a busy street. Dec 30, 2013
          Reply to Lynn Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Deborah R: I replaced a standard size with the trimline. The trimline is narrower and definitely will not hold a larger package like the standard size. I do like the look of the trimline better, though and its smaller size hasn't caused any problems with mail delivery of any size. Yes, it is the same installation and fits right over the post. I didn't want the news paper extra compartment that the standard size included. Dec 30, 2013
          Reply to Deborah Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Warren M: Janie,
          You buy the post separately. I bought my post at Home Depot, and picked out a very straight one. The biggest job is making sure the post is in the ground straight up and down, and the height is correct. I couldn't find the simple mail box without compartments at the local stores, so I bought directly from STEP 2. Would I do it again? Yes.
          Dec 30, 2013
          Reply to Warren Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Thomas B: It is the standard mailbox with a plastic post housing that is designed to be held up by a 4X4 post that you would buy from the lumber yard and set in the ground. The MailMaster would then bolt to this post. It is available from Step 2 direct, hard to find at the Home Improvement store unless you want the model with the attached newspaper slot. Dec 31, 2013
          Reply to Thomas Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Step2Staff: The TrimLine Standard comes in two sections – just like the MailMaster Standard. If you have an original mailbox, you may have received one of the first that were made as one piece. The USPS made us change it to 2 because the mail portion has to be separate. Dec 30, 2013
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          linda p: The box size is about 75% of a standard sized mailbox. Bought and installed this because I couldn't find a standard size either. Works just fine and not really inconvenienced by the smaller interior box dimensions. Jan 2, 2014
          Reply to linda Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          BENJAMIN N: This mailbox slides over a 4x4 wooden post that you need to buy and drive in the ground. The mailbox part attaches to the post with a couple of screws. Dec 30, 2013
          Reply to BENJAMIN Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          James S:

          I bought one in November 2012 it works fine I love it.
          Dec 31, 2013
          Reply to James Good answer? Yes (0) No (1)
          A shopper asked: What is the Int. dimensions on the trimeline box? Jul 5, 2013
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          Lynn J: Length is 19 to 19 1/2 inches depending on whether or not you're measuring just the plastic "floor" of the box or including the space between that and the outer door. It appears to be 5 5/8" wide and 4 3/4" high, except by the doors (it fans out by the doors to make it easier to see what's inside and reach in. Jul 7, 2013
          Reply to Lynn Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Jeffrey D: Interior dimensions: depth 18'', width about 5.5", about 7'' min height (as a ceiling of the inside drops down a bit from the front door) Jul 7, 2013
          Reply to Jeffrey Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Thomas B: 19 IN LONG X 5.5 IN WIDE X 6 IN TALL Jul 7, 2013
          Reply to Thomas Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Donald L: Ask Step2. They make them. Jul 7, 2013
          Reply to Donald Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
          Janie B: Is the TrimLine a post and mail box in one like the standard size one. I want to replace a standard size MailMaster that was hit and run. Is it still made and available?? Dec 27, 2013
          Reply to Janie Good answer? Yes (0) No (1)
          Daulton T asked: how deep in the ground should the post be? Aug 4, 2014
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          Step2Staff: We recommend a 4 inch by 4 inch post that is 4 feet long. 2 feet in the ground and 2 feet out of the ground. Aug 4, 2014
          Reply to Step2 Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
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