Rated 3.3 out of 5Â by 98
Rated 4 out of 5Â by Elaine Elegant MailBox, Very nice size.
So far it is Looking great - not the easiest thing to put together, the post comes in 4 parts... We did do as others suggested and after we set it up, we filled the base with sand for even more structural stability. Making a concrete base with Quick-crete, not the easiest task. But the mailbox can handle a lot of mail and is easy to unlock, and we were able to set it up to the measurements the post office demands for curbside mail, with no problems.
August 7, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5Â by HappyinAtlanta Love The Look!
This is a super mailbox. It looks great curbside, and is sufficiently large and safe! My husband put it together in no time at all and says that it was very easy to assemble. There is nothing that I do not like about it. Highly recommend.
August 6, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Disappointed Not for outdoor use!
It looks great at first, but after a few months the paint began to peel and fall off in chunks! I called the company and since 90 days had passed, the warranty expired! They would not do anything to help & suggested I buy a new one! So unless you want to replace it every few months, I strongly suggest you buy from a different manufacturer!
September 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5Â by Saxsomaster HORRIBLE PRODUCT!!!!!!!!!
I purchased this mailbox in July of this year, and it has already cracked and completely fell apart. It is made out of very poor grade cast aluminum and is not sturdy at all. Luckily I am a Metal Fabricator, so I had to "modify" the mailbox to make it stronger. Not to mention, it leaks when it rains. I had to caulk the inside of the box so it did help the leaks to an extent. I would of been better off fabricating my own mailbox instead of shelling out over $150.00 on this piece of junk.
December 9, 2009
Rated 3 out of 5Â by mauricel575 Installation
Assembly was not possible with the instructions. It is very important to get a stable and secure fit. The center rod was too long and not threaded enough. This was very apparent early. So I took my unit to a nearby Home Depot store and explained the problem. They put the unit together in a very solid manner, i.e., no shakes and no wobbles. Another important warning regards the size of the cement pedestal you need to create. The instruction indicate a pedestal size just larger than the base. You must consider lateral motion of the unit when you apply moderate torque force at the top. A reasonable estimate of the size of the pedestal is 18 inches from the center of the base of the mailbox. The best advice for this mailbox is to try (home depot should offer this) and get Home depot online to ship you mailbox to a local store and offer professional installation. My mailbox should last a long time with the now correct installation.
August 1, 2010