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Step2

Model # 531700

Internet # 100337033

53-3/8 in. MailMaster StoreMore Plastic Mailbox

$113.48 /each

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Product Overview

The Step2 MailMaster Store more 53-3/8 in. Plastic Mailbox features weather and vandal-resistant polyethylene construction rendered in a faux-stone appearance. It has a removable bottom plate that reveals a locking compartment for mail to accumulate while you are away from home. Its rear access door helps reduce the need to step into the street when retrieving mail.

  • Removable bottom plate gives way to a locking compartment that accumulates mail while you are away
  • Vandal-resistant construction
  • Durable polyethylene designed to look like stone
  • Rear access door offers the option to safely retrieve mail without stepping into the street
  • Weather-resistant
  • Mounts on a standard 4 in. x 4 in. wood post (not included)
  • Includes 2 keys, address numbers and mounting hardware

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Specifications

Dimensions

Assembled Depth (in.) 
15.75 in 
Assembled Height (in.) 
53.375 in 
Assembled Width (in.) 
21.75 in 

Details

Assembly Required 
Yes 
Color 
Gray 
Color Family 
Grays 
Hardware Finish Family 
Gray 
Letters/numbers included 
Yes 
Lockable 
Yes 
Mailbox Size 
X-Large 
Material 
Plastic 
Newspaper receptacle 
No 
Outgoing mail indicator 
Yes 
Post material 
Wood 
Rear access 
Yes 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Single Box Type 
Post Mount 

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty 
3 year 
U.S. Postmaster General approved 
Yes 

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Can this be "free-standing" - not mounted on a post?

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August 18, 2014
Would like to "free-stand" on concrete slab. Weigh it down with sandbag or bricks. Would this work?
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Jackson, NJ
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May 24, 2016
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With a little creativity, free-standing without burrying the post may work. You would still need to place a 4x4" "stub" into the concrete slab to screw the mailbox to your slab.
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May 9, 2015
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Not a safe choice, the wind or someone leaning on it can cause it to fall over without support.
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May 6, 2015
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No a post has to be installed in the ground the mail box has to be bolted from the inside
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April 9, 2015
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No needs a post
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December 10, 2014
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Yes, it can be free stand on concrete slab. Sandbag or bricks should be able to weigh if down.
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The unit is quite heavy, but I wouldn't recommend free-standing. The mounting system on the bottom can be anchored to the concrete. I am mounting mine to an existing metal pole, enough to stabilize it from our strong winds.
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August 19, 2014
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Hello Jeanene and thank you for your question.
The Step2 MailMaster StoreMore 53-3/8 in. Plastic Mailbox is designed to be mounted over a standard 4 inch x 4 inch wood post for proper support and security. Freestanding on a concrete slab would not provide the support needed or security for receiving or retrieving mail. You should contact your local post office before installing the mailbox to ensure its Read More
Hello Jeanene and thank you for your question.
The Step2 MailMaster StoreMore 53-3/8 in. Plastic Mailbox is designed to be mounted over a standard 4 inch x 4 inch wood post for proper support and security. Freestanding on a concrete slab would not provide the support needed or security for receiving or retrieving mail. You should contact your local post office before installing the mailbox to ensure its correct placement and height at the street.
Best wishes on your project. Read Less
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What is the distance from the bottom of the mail box to ground level?

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September 19, 2014
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July 12, 2016
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It should sit flat on the ground. Mine does and I believe that would be the proper way to have it sit on the ground as it would definitely add stability as well as appearance.
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May 9, 2015
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Flush to the ground, if it's levelled.
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December 10, 2014
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Distance from the bottom of the mail box (partition) to ground level is about 3 feet. When the partition is removed so that the entire mail box volume is to be used , the bottom is only about half a foot from the ground.
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From the floor of the mail box to ground is approximately 9".
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Does this mailbox have the PMG seal of approval from the USPS?

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Yes, USPS approved.
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February 17, 2016
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Yes, the mailbox is US postmaster approved.
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February 15, 2016
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The MailMaster StoreMore Plastic Mailbox is approved by the Post Master General and displays this on the doors.
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What dimension is the recommended post? 4x4x?? How far up does the post need to go? If i was to sink the post 18" or so

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Just curious Aboutpoo post needed
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4x4 post with 24-30" out of the ground. I used a 6' post 40" into the ground for stability, but 24" into the ground would most likely be enough.
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February 14, 2016
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This product takes a 4X4 post that is 48 inches in length. The post should be sunk 24 inches into the ground.
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February 12, 2016
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Please view the following link for assembly instructions to the MailMaster StoreMore Plastic Mailbox: http://images.step2.com/media/pdfs/540200_assembly.pdf
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 357 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by only one like it on the street The mailbox was relatively easy to assemble and simple to install using the installation kit that I purchased in order to avoid having to dig a hole for the 4x4 . July 12, 2016
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Nice idea but poorly made. Had to return. I was excited by the look and security of this mailbox but it is poured plastic and the lock didn't fit in the plastic hole. Hard to get a caring response from the manufacturer. Still trying to return it. May 31, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by A poor mailbox-like mailbox Way too little actual mailbox for the money, unless the ultra-fake stone look suits your taste or you live in Lego-land. Had the mailbox portion been bigger, it might have looked a little less obnoxious and been far more practical. It was returned to the local store shortly after receipt. May 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Easy To Assemble, Easy to Install 100% satisfied with product. Exactly what I expected. Cleverly designed to accommodate packages and also serve as a drop box to hold mail or packages when you are away. The only thing labor intensive was digging a hole to cement the 4" x 4'" x 4' post. The mailbox is delivered apx. 75% assembled. The only assembly problem if you can call it that was fitting the lock cylinder in it's hole. I noticed some people in their reviews mention that they had to enlarge the hole to make it fit. My easy solution was 1) Place a block of wood directly underneath the cylinder for support. 2) Place another piece of wood over the top exit hole on the door where the cylinder comes out. 3) Hammer the piece of wood down, not too hard until you see the cylinder emerge. 4. Too make the cylinder flush with the door place the piece of wood next to the cylinder and lightly tap it . If you are all thumbs hire the kid next door. It's that simple. I can see this withstanding a level 3 (possibly 4) hurricane. Worth the money. May 17, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by mailbox I order this mailbox on line and did not have any review, so I said I will try it, if I did not like it , I can take it back to store, anyway when I got it was better than pic on line So I like it very much and look very good. May 27, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Assembly is a bear, but it looks great! The holes did not fit properly, so it took two men to complete the assembly. I would still recommend this for looks and value. I would suggest you have a strong man around to put it together. I plan to paint the bricks. I thought they were white, but they are a pale beige. That was disappointing. May 13, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Mailbox Excellent product I'll recommend it We go sometimes e week and the mail its there May 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by storemore mailbox the perfect mailbox size for my diabetic supplies, small packages and easy to get mail when you're in a wheelchair !!!!!!!! April 28, 2016
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