Best Wall-Mount Mailboxes in 2020



Gibraltar Mailboxes Woodlands Medium Capacity Galvanized Steel White, Wall-Mount Mailbox, L4009WW0 Review:


so0o0o0o0o00o0o0o glad i got this. was easy to work with to hang onto my vinyl sidings on my house. mailboxes, for some odd reason, are expensive as hell.

this is working great so far. It does not come with a flag. I bought this flag to add to it;

Heavy Duty Steel Mailbox Replacement Flag Kit
https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00IS87EDC/ref=cm_cr_ryp_prd_ttl_sol_51

it probably was not necessary to add the flag, however, it would not feel right without it.

as long as you got the right tools it should be a fun small project with rewarding results. will post a picture when i get around to it.

cheers



CompX USPS-L-1172C National Mailbox Lock New Style C9100 (Lock with 3-Keys) Review:


This mailbox lock meets and exceed United States Postal Service specification "USPS-L-1172C".

Have been using it for over a month and it works smooth.

Recommend you sit at a desk and insert and remove the key and turn the lock with the key to make it work smoothly.
I did this and it works perfectly in the cluster mailbox I use.

CompX USPS-L-1172C National Mailbox Lock New Style C9100 (Lock with 3-Keys)



Gibraltar Mailboxes Townhouse Small Capacity Galvanized Steel Black, Wall-Mount Mailbox, THHB0001 Review:


I purchased this to replace a rusted out mailbox that looks about the same as this product. Upon receiving the package I noticed that there were some differences when compared to the rusted out mailbox I had. First, the way the sheet metal is cut, this product leaves about 1 centimeter of space between the wall and the mailbox whereas my old mailbox was flush to the wall. The downside of this is that the gap is accessible when opening the lid of the mailbox and I have already had the mail carrier accidentally let a letter slip in the space between the back of the mailbox and the wall. It was difficult to remove the letter that fell into the gap. Also, the lid of my old mailbox was attached to the base of the mailbox with a large hinge that was the full width of the mailbox. The lid of the model is attached with only a rivet on each side of the lid. My concern is that over time, at least one rivet will fail or rust out and the lid will come off easily. Only time will tell.



Gibraltar Mailboxes Classic Small Capacity Galvanized Steel Black, Wall-Mount Mailbox, BW110000 Review:


Easy to install if you follow the instructions. 3 screws needed, not included. All you have to do is put two screws 3 1/2" apart on the wall, let them extend about an inch or so. Hang the mailbox on these two screws. Mark and insert a screw into the center hole for the third screw-this is what holds it in place and keeps is from falling off the wall. Tighten all screws so they JUST seat to the metal, do not over tighten. Yes the back will not be flush to the wall but the sides will be. No need to add wood or anything else as others have suggested. That's it. Easy peasy. As far as the quality, I think it is great. I looked at some other mailboxes at Lowes for twice the price and the lids were lightweight and looked like they could bend easily. This lid is nice and sturdy and seems like it will hold up. Yes it's small, but if that's the size you want I think you will be pleased.



Architectural Mailboxes 2681B Black Marina Wall Mount Mailbox, Small, Review:


After 45 years of being used by idiots to pull themselves up the last step into the house, our old mailbox had sheared away from its mounting bolts, fallen apart, and needed replacement. I liked this one because it had about the same internal volume as our old mailbox but was “vertical” rather than “horizontal”. When it arrived I discovered it was much lighter than our old mailbox – good! The brick onto which I wanted to install it was very tough so I had to hire someone to install it, actually two guys who had to use four hands, power tools, and a lot of body weight to drill into the brick, there was no way I could have done it myself but that’s not the fault of this mailbox. The box came with all the hardware needed to install it and I imagine that doing so is pretty trivial on most wall surfaces.



Locking Mailbox Wall Mounted Vertical– Jssmst mailboxes with Key Lock Large Capacity, 14.3 x 4.1 x 11.8 Inch, Black, SM-HPB911BN Review:


So far, this seems like a pretty solid mailbox. Screws in with 4 screws, seems like it will keep the water out because of the rubber stoppers. I'll update the review if it doesnt.

The only issue I really had was getting the lid to open when you tighter the top 2 screws. Had to losen them up for the lid to open, which might open the mailbox up to water since the rubber seal isn't right.



Gibraltar Mailboxes Designer Locking Medium Capacity Galvanized Steel Venetian Bronze, Wall-Mount Mailbox, DVKPBZ00 Review:


So far, this seems like a pretty solid mailbox. Screws in with 4 screws, seems like it will keep the water out because of the rubber stoppers. I'll update the review if it doesnt.

The only issue I really had was getting the lid to open when you tighter the top 2 screws. Had to losen them up for the lid to open, which might open the mailbox up to water since the rubber seal isn't right.



Gibraltar Mailboxes Designer Locking Medium Capacity Galvanized Steel Black, Wall-Mount Mailbox, DVK00000 Review:


As other reviewers have indicated, this lockable drop box is constructed from a thin metal, has a hinged lid which, when lifted, exposes a lockable cover which has a slot for mail or other items. I like it because it is unobtrusive, presumably will shelter the contents from rain, is easy to open, and is easy to check. But there were some challenges I had with it.

I found the mounting of the dropbox to be less than pleasing. Due to the way it was constructed, the dropbox back does not sit flush against a wall; there are ridges around the back that touch first. The box is held to the backing by two screws partially driven into the backing. The dropbox has elongated screw holes that are pushed over the heads of the two screws and then the drop box is lowered 1/4 inch. These screws can be snugged up, but not tightened as that would distort the box. A third screw is driven through the center of the back and this serves to prevent a thief from simply lifting the box off the two support screws and running away. Bottom line: the mounting is not well designed but it is functional.

Of course the locking mechanism and the quality of construction are average at best. This is a low dost drop box at a very affordable price. I've only had it in-use now for a couple of weeks but it seems to be doing its job just fine!



Gibraltar THVK0000 Lockable Vertical Townhouse City Mailbox, Black Review:


At the time that I purchased this item the information did not state whether it did or did not come with the necessary screws. Since the screws have to be tighthened from tge inside it makes it a bit hard and tight. I ended up making two trips to the store to just get the correct size. After using it for a few months i am finding that it functions perfectly and has a simple and pleasing look to it.



Salsbury Industries 4610BLK Traditional Mailbox, Standard, Horizontal Style, Black Review:


I bought this after looking at several minimalist mailboxes on Etsy and chose it because it was at least half the the cost and appeared to be very nice. When it arrived I was surprised by how nice it actually is: rich, black matte finish with a sturdy feel. I have not attached it to the house yet, the two lower screw holes look a little challenging but it seems others managed.

This did come with newspaper holder but not any hardware.

Update: I felt attaching it was a bit harder than it should have been (the bottom two holes I found unreachable with a regular drill). Otherwise, for this and not coming with hardware, I would have given 5 stars.