This page is for the 7.5" wide size unit that is sold to customers with a mailbox that has an opening that is at least 7.5" wide (left to right).
This locking mailbox insert adds a locking compartment to an ordinary standard mailbox. Sturdy construction with 14 gauge steel doors and 16 gauge steel bodies with stainless steel hinges. Two keys included. Mail gets pushed through slot. Slot bent inward to restrict a hand from reaching in to easily steal your mail.
These are not vaults, but they do protect mail from a casual thief and it will offer an excellent visual deterrent. Once a mail thief sees your lockbox, he'll probably move on to an easier victim.
7.5" wide size mailbox lockbox -
Measures approx 7.5" wide x 5.75" tall x 18.5 " deep
Slot size: 7.25" wide x 1.5" tall
Mailbox opening must be at least 7.5" wide (L-R)
AK & HI deliveries.... add $23.00/lockbox
MAILBOX ITSELF NOT INCLUDED. WE ONLY SELL THE LOCKBOX.
PRICES (Including delivery to the 48 States)
Purchase 1-4 unit
Purchase 5-20 units
Purchase 21-50 units
Purchase 51-100 units
Purchase 101 or more units
Do-it-yourself: Attaches inside your existing mailbox by drilling one hole in your mailbox floor and then fastening the lockbox in-place by tightening just one screw (screw included). This special screw uses a lock-nut that cannot be loosened from the underside.
Key Blanks: $3.00 each
A locksmith can make duplicate keys using our key blank. When we say locksmith, we don't mean Home Depot. We mean a professional locksmith.
Play the VIDEO at the bottom of the page.
7.5" wide locking mailbox insert
The 7.5" wide lockbox is made for the medium mailbox
pictured above center. (Mailbox itself not included)
INSTALLATION TIP: It is very important to follow our installation instructions and be sure the threads of the machine bolt we include go downward and stick out under the mailbox floor. Use the "lock-nut" we include to fasten the lockbox in place. Lock-nuts have vinyl threads to prevent anyone from backing the nut off. To loosen that bolt, you would need a key to the lockbox in order to hold the machine bolt head. Otherwise, the bolt/locknut will just spin and spin. Some people mistakenly think the threads go upward. That is wrong. The bolt going upward into the lockbox gets in the way of easily removing your mail.