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Solar Group RSKB0000 Curbside Locking Mailbox
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- Unpacking 1 new customer-supplied mailbox
- Removing existing post-mounted mailbox
- Prepping existing mailbox post (post must already be in place)
- Mounting mailbox to post
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- The product is blk C2 curb mailbox
- Easy and simple use kit
- The product is manufactured in china
- For incoming and outgoing Mail
- Concealed locking access Door
- Extra wide Mail Slot
- US Postmaster General approved
- Black in Color
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|Item Dimensions||14 x 25 x 11 in||10.75 x 21 x 11.25 in||15 x 11.5 x 18 in||12.5 x 18.25 x 13.62 in|
|Material Type||Plastic, Metal||Steel||Steel||Information not provided|
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Top Customer Reviews
|Length: 1:38 Mins|
1. People can reach through the slot and grab your mail.
2. Large envelopes hang up on the textured bottom plate. Your mail will sometimes be left sitting in the mail slot.
3. You can break the door open with your bare hands. Both the lock tab and hinge are held in place by cheap plastic flanges.
4. You can lift the top off after removing 9 exposed screws.
#1 and #2 are inexcusable because you'll never know for sure whether some of your mail has been stolen.
If you're handy, you can modify the box to solve #1, #2, and #4 -- See below.
Why would something this bad get 3 stars? Because most of the other locking mailboxes on the market are also feeble. The $100-$200 mailboxes are more tamper-resistant, but still somewhat pry-able and fish-able. Most are prone to rust (as is this mailbox), and some of them hold less mail (large pieces don't lie flat) .
The world is still waiting for a well designed, affordable locking mailbox.
Tasteful, clean look
Mail up to 10"x13" will go in flat & lay flat
Holds a lot of vacation mail (11" x 17-1/2" x appx 4-1/2")
Not at all secure (See #1-#4 above)
Overpriced for what it is.
- - - Fixes - - -
1. Attach some half inch plywood to the bottom of the mail slot, reducing it from 1-1/2" high to 1" high. (This disagrees with postal regulations, but it's unlikely they'll gripe. You're probably better off with a no-reach-in box.)
2. Put Plexiglas, aluminum, or varnished 1/4" plywood on the floor of the mail box so that large envelopes will slide back without getting hung up.
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Replaced it with this mailbox for 2 reasons...1. This one is cheaper, and 2. This one looks more like a regular mailbox. Other reviewers have commented that this one is not as secure as more expensive and elaborate boxes. That is true. However, if you are just looking for something to discourage the less determined mail thief, this one is just fine, and looks nicer (in my opinion). Others say they can fit their arm into the mailbox from the chute, and maybe they can. But my arms are not that large, and it would be a fairly painful act, involving the loss of some skin for me to squeeze my arm through the chute. I doubt if most people would make the effort to either squeeze their arm through or to pop the lock, although both are certainly possible with some effort, I suppose.
So, for me, whose security needs are fairly modest, this box works just fine. The neighborhood kids won't easily mess with my mail, prying neighbors can't just walk up and open the box, it takes a key to easily open it, and that's good enough.
All in all, I couldn't find any security mailboxes to look at in the surrounding area and the locksmith I went to didn't have any to look at either,... I decided to keep the mailbox anyway, as I really didn't have time to look around, and the others I found on the internet were even more pricey than this one, even though they were probably more secure ...
.... it is hard to tell from looking at pages on the internet just how cheap something is assembled, and how unsecure it is, until you get it..... but at least it is a little more secure-looking than a regular mailbox if you don't examine it too closely.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I thought it would be sturdier but this will do fine given the price. I bought this locking mailbox when there were reports of stolen mail in the area. Read morePublished 8 days ago by SLW
I have had this box for over 5 years. It leaks. Today was the third time my mail was soaked. I wiped it out and was surprised at the amount of dirt and mud inside. Read morePublished 1 month ago by David Hayes
Bought this at Home Depot 7 years ago.
I live 1/2mile from the beach, lots if fog and wind. Sad to say the mailbox rusted out and the door wont close anymore. Read more
The thin piece of sheet metal inside the mailbox that is intended to prevent theft is trivially easy to bend out of the way by an inserted arm or tool. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Terri Stafford
Odd looking top with uneven contours. Outer front door is extremely cheap and the hinge is uneven so it does not close smartly. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer
Bought it to match my existing mailbox I purchased from a big box store many years ago. Good design, and glad to see they are still making it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by M. Stevens