MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox™
MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox™
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Add a touch of class to your curb and a dose of convenience to your life with the MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox by Step2.
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MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox™
Add a touch of class to your curb and a dose of convenience to your life with this Storage Mailbox from Step2. This unique storage mailbox can hold as much as two weeks of mail and small packages and looks great in the process. The realistic stone look will make your mailbox stand out from the rest in your neighborhood! Made in USA of US and imported parts.
- Front and rear mail doors allow for safe mail retrieval
- Removable floor covers a large 28"H x 6.25"W x 13.25"D (71.1 cm x 15.9 cm x 33.7 cm) mail storage receptacle
- Hidden access door locks for security and opens downward for easy access
- Heavy-duty poly construction
- Mounts simply on a standard 4" x 4" (10.2 cm 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 two keys, address numbers and mounting hardware
- Adult assembly required
PRODUCT NUMBER: 531700
DIMENSIONS: 53.38 H 15.25 W 21.75 D
WEIGHT: 36 lbs
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Customer ReviewsRated 5 out of 5 by MarysvilleMom from MailMaster StoreMore Mailbox We were looking for something to replace our previous mailbox that had been leaning. We chose to upgrade to this mailbox since we do plan on taking more vacations & won't have to stop the mail while we are out of town.I would suggest getting the post service mailbox placement requirements for your location as we used the same post hole and ending up having to move it since the box does not stick out (straight in the front) - our post service required it 6 inches closer to the street. This was ridiculous since I could reach the mail from my VW Bug - but in any case will help to prevent doing double the work if you check first.Date published: 2010-05-21Rated 4 out of 5 by Matthews from This product is good. We got it installed in reasonable amount of time considering we had to remove planting and old stump. HOA president says he has no problems with the item. And the mail person has no problems either We are looking forward to testing the wet weather protection and also the 2-week storage capability this winter. My husband had to go to hardware store to get a washer that wouldfunction for the storage locking mechanism; the one provided was too big. Not a real problem as far as we are concerned. Saw the item in an airplane cabin and was pleased to find a significant difference in price by going to your direct web site.Date published: 2008-08-10Rated 5 out of 5 by Luv Beagles from Love It! Took about an hour to set up with having all the tools we needed within arms length. The longest time was going to hardware store and getting the stake that goes in the ground our other one had rotted out. Our neighbors walked down to see what was going on and loved the mailbox. Three weeks out, we're still getting complements even from the mailman. I don't think we'll be the only ones on the block with this mailbox very long. I also know this mailbox is coming with us if we move. I still have the old one in the shed :) The price was unbeatable. No more asking family or neighbors to take the mail while we're out of town. Love It!!Date published: 2009-05-06Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from Love the Convience! I love the fact that the mail is here when we return home from being away. The bad thing was that the first time that I took the floor out, our mail lady refused to deliver the mail to us because she thought that there was a problem with the new mail box. So, I would recommend that the product instructions advise purchasers to notify the post office or delivery person of the uses of this mailbox. It has worked great after we got that kink worked out. Another suggestion would be for the "back door" to have a stronger magnet or another magnet, as it is easy to push it open when retrieving mail.Date published: 2010-01-02Rated 3 out of 5 by redwine from Good customer service We are retired and travel. We need something to receive our mail while we are gone.Upon receipt of our MailMaster, the box was in perfect condition, however when the box was opened, one of the plastic doors was badly cracked and damaged. I sent a letter to the manufacturer explaining the problem and requested a replacement door. Within a very few days, a replacement was received in the mail with no questions asked. I replaced the door and I am reasonably happy with the product. As other reviewers have mentioned, the magnets on the doors do not align and a strong wind has blown the door open.Date published: 2010-05-28Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from A must for anyone experiencing mail theft I had been using this mailbox for over 15 years at my previous address. It's a well built product that has survived many winters in the Northeast without fading or cracking. I recently moved and experienced mail theft out of a normal standard mailbox, which triggered me to purchase one for my new home. It's capacity is spacious, it can hold several weeks of mail as well as small packages. The depth is deep enough that no one can reach down and grab your mail. It appears mail theft is becoming a large problem in many areas. I am purchasing one for my nephew who is also having mail delivery issues.Date published: 2016-11-11Rated 4 out of 5 by Anonymous from SO Worth the Money! We've had this mailbox for well over a year and it is still in great condition. Hubby didn't have trouble installing it. Living in the northeast, we have never had any problems with mail getting wet in either storage compartment. The biggest plus for us is that it is wonderful to not have to depend on someone to get your mail while you're away. This mailbox has safely stored our mail for a good two weeks. We find it so convenient that our mail is waiting for us what ever time of day we return from our trip. If you're looking for convenience, durability and safety in a mailbox, look no further!Date published: 2009-11-19Rated 1 out of 5 by Jake...very handy with a hammer! from NEVER AGAIN! This was my second one just like my first...BUT THIS ONE IS MY LAST! Quality has gone down apparently so the manufacturer can make more money. I was SHOCKED the product is made in America. I expected better from a U S built product. I had to sand the door to fit; Drill the lock hole out to make the lock fit. The bottom of the box looked like it had been either bashed in or was warped...BUT alas, you can't see any of these blemishes as you cruise by my home at 55 MPH!!!! B T W...I don't bother to write very many reviews...UNLESS someone deserves it.Date published: 2017-05-15
Q & AHow do you get replacement or additional keys for the MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox?Sorry, but I have never needed to replace keys. What you might try is finding a lock the exact size and the same type as the one you have, remove the old lock ( tap the old lock out using a round shaped cylinder and mallet) and install the new lock. Then get copies made of the new keys. Sorry I am not more help.Date published: 2017-06-16The door with the lock will not completely close at the top. It appears that the grey piece between the box and the door is in backwards. We have not installed the lock. Is there a way to safely remove the silver rod that connects it to the box? It has about 1/4 TO 1/2" gap between the side that would let water, snow or dirt inside. This is the mailMaster StoreMore Mailbox #531700Please call our Customer Service Department toll free 1-800-347-8372 Monday - Friday, from 8-5 ET and we will be happy to assist you further with your MailMaster® StoreMore Mailbox™.Date published: 2017-06-16I need to replace my rear mail door, where can i purchase one?You can order replacement parts 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 further with this request.Date published: 2017-06-16Can you get replacement locks?You can order replacement mailbox locks 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.Date published: 2017-06-16Do you need to add sand to the post ring? It has an access hole.I'm sorry I can't help, it never crossed my mind to put sand in there. My mailbox is loose however and leans back a little. I will look at that as a fix. Thanks for the idea, I see no reason for not doing so.Date published: 2017-06-16Is there a way to add a newspaper box to this mailbox? Great that you can use it to store the mail when you are gone for a few days, however postal regulations do not let you use your mailbox for newspaper delivery. Has anyone else had a way to solve this problem?We added a newspaper delivery box to the side of the mailbox with bolts. however when we go away even for a few days we stop delivery of our newspaper. Hope this helps.Date published: 2017-06-16How does this work? Is there not a floor in the top section, where the postman puts the mail in, and it all drops to the bottom? Or does the postman put it in the bottom when the top gets full?There is a removable floor which enables you to use it as an unsecured receptacle. Remove the floor and the mail drops to the bottom of the box stand and is reachable by unlocking the back panel. It is a very effective approach, my second after a drunk driver destroyed my earlier one.Date published: 2017-06-16I live in the country in a high wind region. Can I have more than 24" of post above ground? If so, how much?NO un fortunately that would require a hole in the bottom of the mailbox where your mail drops to when you have the bottom out of your upper boxDate published: 2017-06-16i saw this box at a home in another color, brown with a red roof. where can i purchase?This is the only color option currently in production.Date published: 2017-06-16If the mailbox is mounted on a 4x4 wood post, how high can the 4x4 wood post be to obtain the most stability? How then is the mailbox bolted to the 4x4 wood post?The wood post should be 4 feet high with 2 ft. below the ground and 2 ft. above ground. It is very important that the post stands no more than 24” above ground level. A bolt is used to secure the mailbox to the post.Date published: 2017-06-16Can mailbox be mounted with storage door facing to the front instead of the back ?as long as you give urself enough room...otherwise mailbox would be on curb or in streetDate published: 2017-06-16Can this mail box be painted to match color of my house?I don't have a clue----I like mine just the way it is--my gawd it's just a mail boxDate published: 2017-06-16I live in the ORLANDO, FLOORIDA area. Can you tell me what retailer in my area carries the STEP 2 #531700 MAILMASTER STOREMORE MAILBOX. I looked on your website and it listed some retailers that deal in Step 2 products, but they did not carry the mailbox I wanted. Can you direct me to a retailer in the ORLANDO, FL area that has the product #531700 in stock and on display ?????? Thank You, JoeJoe Lowe's carries step2 product in Utah. You might check there. Don't be afraid to order direct from step2 however. I really like my box like the one you are looking for. In fact I'm on my second one after someone ran off the road and killed my first one. Thanks BoydDate published: 2017-06-16if you buy two, do they have different locks ?How do I get extra keys? I just installed one of these mailboxes and love it, but need additional keys for family members.Date published: 2017-06-16can the mailmaster be mounted on a metal post? My current mailbox is mounted on a 2" in diameter metal post which is surrounded by concrete.it is made for a 4x4 piece of woodDate published: 2017-06-16Is it possible to have this mailbox free-standing on a porch or does it need to be installed on a post? I have a large home, with the old, brittle asbestos siding that I do not want to attempt to drill holes for a conventional hanging mailbox. But I do have a large porch, out of the weather that it could sit on. Would this work?Our mailbox is at the curb and is mounted on a post and my husband made it very secure. I don't know whether free standing will work. You would have to anchor it securely somehow so it wouldn't tip over. Perhaps you could mount it on a board and secure the board to your porch floor. Good luck.Date published: 2017-06-16