MailMaster® Plus Mailbox™
MailMaster® Plus Mailbox™
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The Step2 MailMaster® Plus Mailbox is an all-in-one mailbox with a molded-in newspaper compartment.
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MailMaster® Plus Mailbox™
Currently available in four colors to choose from!
This Step2 All-In-One Mailbox includes a molded-in newspaper compartment. This durable mailbox will keep your mail safe and clean until you retrieve it. The separate newspaper compartment creates more space for the rest of your postage. This rotational molded plastic mailbox will last for years to come! Made in USA of US and imported parts.
- Front and rear access
- Heavy duty poly construction
- Mounts easily to 4"x"4 (10.2 x 10.2 cm) post
- Mailbox post sold separately
- 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
- Adult assembly required
PRODUCT NUMBER: 545200
DIMENSIONS: 51.00 H 12.50 W 23.25 D
WEIGHT: 20 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 2 out of 5 by Thenannysitter from 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 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!)Date published: 2009-02-25Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Excellent Product We used a metal spike along with the 4" x 4" post, and installation was not only easy, but durable. At our last home here in Maine, we had a young man lose control of his car in snow and plowed the mail box down. The entire box went over, but all we had to do was sink the spike back in and there was no damage to the mail box. Two previous mail boxes had been destroyed by similar events. When we moved, we went right out and bought another Mail Master for the new home. Both the newspaper carrier and mailman have commented on how much easier it now is. Three other neighbors are now installing this same model, based on our installation and recommendation.Date published: 2012-03-14Rated 5 out of 5 by Cautious @ mailbox from Bad driver tested Our first Mailmaster Trimline was backed over by the garbage truck. They had it replaced with another one. After 6 months a 4WD pickup ran over it and broke off the treated 4x4 at the ground. Our security cameras seen the action. They showed the box was severed from the bottom post on impact. The bottom post was run over by the sleepy driver and the box was thrown 80 feet up the roadway. The flag was broken (glued back together), one door was on the roadway, the other door was across the road in the ditch, and the post was all scratched. I did manage to set a new post and reinstall the big green box the same day in time for our mail delivery. No, he didn't stop.Date published: 2014-01-17Rated 5 out of 5 by Navy Davey from 16 Installed, and Counting... I have installed 16 of these as replacement units in my community as a fund raiser for the Wounded Warrior Project (WWP) (homeowner pays actual cost plus a donation to the WWP); my labor is free. These mailboxes are easy to install - I sink a 4' 4x4 in 40 lbs of concrete 2' underground with 2' above - I level the post and let the concrete set overnight. Then it's a matter of 2 lag screws and 2 regular screws. These have beautified and updated the community. Mine has been up for over 9 years and still looks great. When the weather and sun's UV rays cause fading, I coat it with Armorall, which makes it looks like new!Date published: 2012-09-26Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from BLENDS-IN WELL W/ SURROUNDING LANDSCAPE TOO SOON TO REALLY RATE IT AS I 'JUST' INSTALLED IT (WITH HELP OF GSON, SINCE I HAD NO IDEA WHAT I WOULD BE GETTING INTO). IT'S SIMPLE TO INSTALL ONCE YOU HAVE THE IDEA. YOU WILL NEED AN EXTENSION ON YOUR RATCHET WRENCH BECAUSE OF THE BOLTS BEING SET-IN (WHICH LOOKS BETTER BECAUSE YOU DON'T SEE THE BOLTS). I LIVE IN THE COUNTRY & LIKE THE WAY IT DOESN'T 'STICK OUT AS AN EYESORE'. ACTUALLY, IT MADE MY ACREAGE LOOK 'RICHER'! MY ORIGINAL WAS A METAL ONE ON A WOODEN POST THAT GOT DESTROYED BY THE AWESOME POWER OF THE GIANT RURAL MOWING MACHINE. I HAD BEEN WANTING TO TRY ONE OF THESE & THIS WAS A PERFECT TIME.Date published: 2007-06-01Rated 5 out of 5 by step2 fan for life from Best mailbox ever We purchased our Step2 mailbox 25 years ago. We live on a busy road in the country. Our mailbox has survived snowy winters, snow plows and a direct hit by a delivery van during which the entire mailbox was lodged beneath the van and dragged a mile down the road. We dusted it off, replaced the wooden post and kept on using it. Other than some scratches, it was perfect. This year, however, the 30 degrees below zero wind chill and blast of snow from the highway plow did shatter it. Curiously, the wooden post did not budge. We are holding the mailbox together with bungies and ordering another one just like it.Date published: 2016-12-21Rated 4 out of 5 by Freckle-Face from What happened to the wider version? We bought a similar Step2 mailbox 12 years ago and still have it in use in a hot, harsh climate south of Houston (10 miles from the Gulf). It withstood Hurricane Ike! I like the ability to retrieve mail and newspapers from the two slots, without going into the street. I was looking for the same model to replace it, since the bottom around the post has started to crack after all these years, due to numerous riding lawnmower collisions (not by us!). What happened to the wider, two-slot version like we have? We receive two newspapers daily and find that the slots work very well for delivery. Also, larger envelopes, magazines & packages fit easily in our model without being crunched.Date published: 2012-06-07Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from Will always recommend this high Quality product to anyone. GREAT PRODUCT !!! Service especially EXCELLENT !!! I have purchased 4 units over the years, 2 for myself, this one being my second one. The only reason for replacement was it was totaled by being hit by a auto from icy roads, This was second time my unit was hit, first time fixed and parts sent from STEP 2, They do everything possible to help you after purchase, plus several years later. My first unit I had for over twenty years, about every year I clean and wipe it down with good plastic cleaner/protector. Preserve from high summer heat. I always get COMPLEMENTS on its style and looks.Date published: 2017-01-21
Q & A
Do you offer any home address system that attaches to the top of the mailbox or underneath the front of the mailbox? The stick on #s that comes with the mailbox fade & the color bleeds. Ex. Whitehall Satin Nickel House Number Home Address Model #11199Unfortunately, Step2 does not offer a home address system for the MailMaster® Plus Mailbox™. We suggest checking with your local hardware store for assistance.Date published: 2017-08-09
Can I get a placement flag for my step2 mail box?Please contact our Consumer Specialist Staff at 1-800-347-8372, Monday through Friday, 8am-5PM Eastern Standard Time for assistance with ordering replacement flags.Date published: 2017-07-27
How can I obtain replacement magnet for the doors on !my mailbox? Mine have rust buildup that is preventing it from holding the door closed. It blows open all the time.Please contact our Consumer Specialist Staff at 1-800-347-8372, Monday through Friday, 8am-5PM Eastern Standard Time for assistance with replacement parts for your Mailbox.Date published: 2017-07-27
I purchased a home 2 years ago which has this model mailbox. The city is paving my street and knocked the mailbox over, destroying the square metal base collar which was unknowingly completely rusted out. Is there a replacement part available?If you are referring to the metal piece on the wooden post-you will want to contact your local big box hardware store for a replacement. If the part came off of your Mailbox, please contact our Consumer Specialist Staff at 1-800-347-8372, Monday through Friday, 8am-5PM Eastern Standard Time for assistance with your MailMaster® Plus Mailbox™.Date published: 2017-07-19
Can I purchase a replacement door. Mine was broken off.Please contact our Consumer Specialist Staff at 1-800-347-8372, Monday through Friday, 8am-5PM Eastern Standard Time for assistance with Mailbox replacement parts.Date published: 2017-07-17
I have received a new flap for the newspaper slot on my mailbox, however, the flap keeps getting blown out of my mailbox. Do you have suggestions for how to install it or a way to improvise so that the flap stays?Please contact our Consumer Specialist Staff at 1-800-347-8372, Monday through Friday, 8am-5PM Eastern Standard Time for assistance with your Mailbox.Date published: 2017-07-17
Some over zealous USPS employee ripped off the door to my mailbox. Is there just a door replacement? thank youPlease contact our Consumer Specialist Staff at 1-800-347-8372, Monday through Friday, 8am-5PM Eastern Standard Time for assistance with replacement parts for your MailMaster™ Mailbox.Date published: 2017-07-13
Do I need to set the base of the 4 X 4 in concrete?Please note that when installing the MailMaster™ Plus Mailbox you do not need to set the base in concrete. The following link will provide you with installation instructions : http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/540200_assembly.pdfDate published: 2017-07-13