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MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox

MailMaster® Series Mailbox in a classic motif design. Made in USA.

  • The look and feel of wrought iron without the cost and maintenance
  • Features front and rear access to interior compartments
  • Designed with durable double-wall resin construction featuring a spacious interior to hold letters, magazines and more
  • Convenient newspaper holder keeps papers clean and dry
  • Mounts on standard 4" x 4" (10.2 cm 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 and mounting hardware
  • Minimal assembly required
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Product Number: 592000
Dimensions: 51.00 H 11.50 W 22.00 D
Weight: 18.00 lbs
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Step2MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox
 
4.8

(based on 23 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Attractive (23)
  • Durable (21)
  • Weather proof (20)
  • Displays address clearly (18)
  • Signals outgoing mail (16)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Mail receptacle (21)
    • Display address (11)
    • Decoration (9)
      • Reviewer Profile:
      • Casual do-it-yourselfer (8), Beginner (7), Avid do-it-yourselfer (6)

    Reviewed by 23 customers

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    5.0

    Takes a licking a keeps on ticking!!!!

    By Mom Always on the Go

    from Hebron, OH

    About Me Beginner

    Verified Buyer
    new-bee

    Pros

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

    Cons

    • Flag Sometimes Sticks

    Best Uses

    • Mail Receptacle

    Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox:

    I was originally going to buy the gray model of this mailbox, but my husband talked me into the black one. I really like the look of it! The weekend my huband put the mailbox up a neighbor accidently hit it with his mirror. The top part of the mailbox poped off and the neighbor put it back together. It was good as new!!! I do feel that the outgoing mail flag sticks at times, but it is not a huge deal.

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    5.0

    I would buy again

    By dale

    from laurinburg nc

    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

      • Decoration
      • Display Address
      • Mail Receptacle

      Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox:

      good decoration

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      5.0

      Fast shipping !!!

      By William

      from Cortland, Ohio

      About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

      Verified Buyer
      new-bee

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Sturdy
      • Was Even Better Then
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

      • No problems

      Best Uses

      • Mail Receptacle

      Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox:

      I had seen this style of a mail box in my neighborhood and had to have one. Step2 ships quickly !!! Very pleased !!!

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      5.0

      Quality product! Cost is smart!

      By cool beans

      from Dallas, PA

      Pros

      • Attractive Design
      • Secure Seal On Door
      • Sturdy
      • Weather Resistant

      Cons

      • None

      Best Uses

      • Decoration
      • Mail Receptacle

      Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox:

      I'm completely happy with this purchase. We had a wooden pole in the ground with the mailbox attached at the top. My husband had to cut it down a bit, but that was it. He found this very easy to install (even though he's not the handiest) and after a few months of use, it is still very sturdy and is held up against Superstorm Sandy and other storms nicely. No water in the mail slot at all.

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      5.0

      Stylish

      By sprink

      from PA

      About Me Casual Do-It-Yourselfer

      Verified Buyer
      new-bee

      Pros

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

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Display Address
        • Mail Receptacle

        Comments about Step2 MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox:

        Very nice looking & easy to install.

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        MailMaster® Wrought Iron Plus Mailbox
        Already Asked: 7 Questions, 50 Answers
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        Step2.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
        Tracy H: Looks, durability and ease of installation Jul 24, 2014
        David J: like the looks Jun 3, 2014
        Rebecca F: It is durable and a different color than green Apr 11, 2014
        Kathryn J: features of mail box dependability Mar 30, 2014
        W. H. P: Had one before that had the top knocked off at least 10 times by snowplows and I just put it back on and put new screws back in. This time a car drove off the road in a blizzard and took the everything out. Love this product. You should put information about how easy it is to replace box if it gets hit but post is still there. Jan 22, 2014
        Christopher S: It's classy and easy to install! Jan 19, 2014
        Joyce L: Front and back opening Oct 31, 2013
        Ronald K: My friend has one and it is a great product for the money. They have it for about a year and they love it. Oct 6, 2013
        Melinda A M: Great reviews and Step 2 has a wonderful reputation. Sep 8, 2013
        Stewart P: Durable and stylish Sep 4, 2013
        jamie m: my wife liked it the best out the the options she looked at Jul 28, 2013
        Jalayna R: Need a sturdy mailbox Jun 20, 2013
        norman w: Looks very decorative and sturdy. Jun 6, 2013
        Vincent C: Liked the look, styling and perceived value.
        Hopeful that the quality and workmanship will be equally appealing when it is installed.
        Jun 3, 2013
        Daniel U: It looks way better than anything else Apr 21, 2013
        dale m: classy looking Apr 11, 2013
        Dawna J: Liked look of mailbox Mar 29, 2013
        jeff w asked: Instead of using a post will it just sit sturdy on a porch? i was thinking of weighing down with some stone Dec 11, 2013
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        Myra Gallion P: Sorry Jeff, I think that would just set you up for failure. What about putting a "post" inside the hollow column and then use lag bolts on the base to secure it to the porch. If you just 'weigh' it down with stones - a heavy package could topple it. AND if postman or anyone leaned on it for support.. . then fell... well you can imagine...
        Thanks and I hope you get to enjoy yours.
        Our Developer BETRAYED us - so my beautiful mailbox is installed but we have to use a CLUSTER BOX... URGH!!!!
        Dec 12, 2013
        Jerry W: Hi Jeff, the picture is actually different that the actual mailbox as for the bottom platform. Basically remove the flat square platform at the bottom and you will have what it will look like and not really a surface to place stone. I am sure of you placed this mailbox inside of just say a large planting pot with stone then maybe it will work for you. Dec 12, 2013
        Reply to Jerry Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        MELINDA W: Jeff, the base is a tubular design. The black flat part in the photo is not part of the product. Stone would have nothing to sit on. You might be able to weight down the hollow inside (it is designed to slip over a post) this thing is fairly large though so I would hope u have a good sized porch Dec 12, 2013
        Reply to MELINDA Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Dawna J: I mounted mine on a post at the driveway....but it depends on how sturdy you need it, the plastic is only about 1/4" thick, so without a post it would stand alone, it would probably take someone leaning on it without force...but it would tip over if not secured somehow. Dec 12, 2013
        Reply to Dawna Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Tracey B: This is an excellent mailbox but it is not free standing. You could mount it to a porch with a 24" 4x4 post and some lag bolts, but you might be better off buying one designed to mount to a building. This unit was certainly not designed for that. Dec 12, 2013
        Reply to Tracey Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        william u: Jeff,
        I don't think what you are planning will work because it will still be " top heavy " and tip over. I think if you put the 4x4 right next to your porch, it would still give you the look you are looking for. Hope this helps.
        Dec 12, 2013
        Reply to william Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        DENISE F: The mailbox does not come with the base that is shown in the picture. It is top heavy and will not stand on its own. In my opinion, mounting it to a 4x4 post cemented into the ground is the only option for install. Dec 12, 2013
        Reply to DENISE Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Jessica P: Good day Jeff,

        My husband said he would not know how the mailbox would be sturdy, without the post? I liked the mailbox & he installed it. Sorry I couldn't help more.
        Dec 12, 2013
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        Tom F: No it's top heavy it really needs a post unless you could fabricate a stand of some sort. Why not get a 24 inch postand L bracket to the floor. Dec 12, 2013
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        Laurence P: I don't think that would work. But you could attach the post to the porch and mount over that Dec 12, 2013
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        william f: I think it would be to top heavy , or the stones will fine there way out though the bottom. Dec 12, 2013
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        Donald M: No it is to top heavy to stand without being attached to something. Dec 12, 2013
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        James C: it is top heavy so I don't think that will work Dec 12, 2013
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        Kent E: No. Needs a 4 X 4 in the ground Dec 12, 2013
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        Gill L asked: I'm having trouble squeezing the base plug over my 4x4 pressure treated pine post, any advice? Oct 20, 2013
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        Amelia B: Hi Gill,
        Didn't answer right away because we hadn't installed it until Oct 27th, 2013.
        We didn't have any problem. Did you cut it at 24" above ground? A 4 x 4 is actually slightly smaller than 4"x 4", we cut an existing post off at 24" and had no problem, it actually turned on the post until we put the anchoring screws in at the front and back.
        Nov 10, 2013
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        Gill L: Thanks Amelia,

        I understand that a 4x4 is in reality smaller than that (about 3&1/2 x 3&1/2) and this had nothing to do with the height the post, but with the base plug being too tight to fit over the top of the post. So I ended up using a file to file down the four plastic "nubs" inside the plug and that worked. Nov 11, 2013
        Jerry W: Not sure if the pine dimensions are different than the regular wood? I know it was a tight fit and I would try it on all four sides and also you can try making the temperature of the plug warmer to see if it flexes for you. Oct 23, 2013
        Reply to Jerry Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Connie B: Mine fit snugly, which is how you want it. I didn't have to make and adjustments. In your case I would wood planer or a sander to get it over the post.
        Good luck!
        Oct 26, 2013
        Reply to Connie Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Michael B: I had the same problem. I started it on the bottom tapered side and tapped it to the approximate position and adjusted after I got that end into the ground. Oct 23, 2013
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        Eric P: Mine worked flawlessly (thanks Step2). Not sure what problem might be. Oct 23, 2013
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        Laurence P: Hi
        Sorry...I hired a handyman to install this.
        Oct 23, 2013
        Reply to Laurence Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        A shopper asked: After you slide this mailbox over the 4x4 post, do you then screw it securely to the post?
        Or do you slide it on and that's it?
        May 29, 2013
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        Janice F: You do have to screw it securely to the post. We have had it up over a year and we are very, very pleased. Even the snow plows this past winter didn't affect this mail box. We bought our neighbor one, so they match nicely side by side. Jun 17, 2013
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        Pamela D: We screwed it to the pole. I don't know if the instructions call for it but we did. Love this mailbox. We went through so many before this one and so for have had no problems. May 30, 2013
        Reply to Pamela Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Neil M: It was a gift for my father in law, but if I recall correctly there is a large lag bolt that goes in the back of the mailbox base, through the collar, and into the post. May 30, 2013
        Reply to Neil Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Brenda M: Secure it to the wooden post with the lag bolt after you slide the post on. See the directions under "Assembly" for a picture of where to install the bolt. May 30, 2013
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        John L: I would advise to screw it securely to the post. A hole is provided for that purpose. I don't remember whether the screw was provided. Hope this helps. May 30, 2013
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        Linda P: We just slid it down over the post. It has been just fine, It has even been hit several times by our town snow plow and still is great! May 30, 2013
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        A shopper asked: What are the interior dimensions of the mail box area itself. Is it capable of holding say a small package? We currently have a fairly large box so that the mailman can leave packages. Thank you ever so much! Apr 25, 2014
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        Jerry W: Here are the dimensions:
        18" length
        7" width
        8" height

        Keep in mind it arches towards the top, so the dimensions are a little smaller there.
        May 9, 2014
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        carl b: Not really sure about the dimensions, but it will hold a small package Apr 29, 2014
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        Laurence P: It is a good sized box and can easily take small packages May 2, 2014
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        A shopper asked: Anyone installed this over an existing metal support post? If so, how did you do it? Our metal support post is in concrete and we would really like to not have to remove it and replace with a wooden post. Feb 19, 2014
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        uwe h: You secure the mail box with a hex head wood screw that attaches on the back side of the mailbox into the wooden post. Thus, if you can tap and drill into the metal post, or use a self tapping screw, it would definitely work. Unless your metal post exceeds the nominal 3 1/2" x 3 1/2" of the wooden post. Feb 19, 2014
        Reply to uwe Good answer? Yes (0) No (0)
        Eric P: I did! Used wood shims on each side to stabilize. Once installed, Drilled pilot holes. Used drill-driver to screw in lag bolts.
        Our mailbox is tough! Already got hit by a large object in a hearty windstorm. Maybe even hit by a vehicle. Only turned it a little and put scratches on it.
        Feb 19, 2014
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        Donald M: Try bolting a 2 X 4 to the metal post and then installing your new mailbox. Feb 19, 2014
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        Lita G asked: can I get this style in walnut color? May 19, 2013
        Answer this · Send to friends Good question? Yes (0) No (0)
        Step2Staff: At this time, this mailbox is not available in the walnut color. The closest comparable mailbox in size and function available in walnut is the Mailmaster Plus Mailbox http://www.step2.com/p/MailMaster-Plus-Mailbox May 20, 2013
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