Tower Mailbox - Freestanding Victorian Pedestal Mounted Mailbox

Tower Mailbox - Freestanding Victorian Pedestal Mounted Mailbox

Tower Mailbox - Freestanding Victorian Pedestal Mounted Mailbox

Item #: 65750F
Average Customer Rating: (4.5 out of 5 based on 3 reviews)
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PLEASE NOTE: Starting the week of 10/31/22, the thumb latch color for the without lock version will be changing to black.

Tower Mailbox - - Victorian style tower mailbox designed to be installed on a pedestal (not included; see installation and pedestal requirements below). Note: Tower mailbox is FOR DOOR / PORCH DELIVERY SERVICE ONLY and NOT FOR CURBSIDE DELIVERY. Does not meet USPS curbside requirements.

Large and impressive, this freestanding mailbox features elegant motifs and classic details on all four sides. It is made of light weight die-cast aluminum and finished in a hard powder coat paint.

A canopy protects the incoming mail slot from rain. Large locking front door below the mail slot pivots a full 180 degrees. (There is also a door on the back of the mailbox primarily used for access during assembly. The rear door can be used to retrieve mail, but the reach is about 16" to the bottom of the mailbox.) Back and front locks use the same key (includes two keys).

OPTIONAL THUMB LATCH: This mailbox can also be ordered with a thumb latch instead of a lock, essentially converting it to a non-locking mailbox. The thumb latch replaces the keyed lock in the same location on the doors and is offered as a convenience feature for locations where security is not an issue. If you prefer your mailbox to ship with a thumb latch instead of the standard keyed lock, select a "without lock" style from the drop-down box.

Installation and Pedestal Requirements: The mailbox is installed by bolting it to the pedestal from the inside of the mailbox floor. The pedestal can be made in masonry or weather-treated wood. Please be sure to consult your local postal office or mail carrier before building the pedestal to determine the correct height for mail delivery.

The base is hollowed out to accommodate any substructure used for bolting the mailbox in place. The hollow space accommodates a 10" x 10" x 3" substructure.

Dimensions: 14"W X 13"D X 44"H; weighs about 35 pounds. Mail slot: 10"W x 1.5"H. Distance from base to mail slot is 27". Front door: 7.5"W x 12"H. Rear door: 8"W x 10.5"H.

No assembly required and no hardware included. Colors: matte black, antique rust brown, antique bronze.

Special order item. We do not accept returns on special order items.

Questions submitted to Customer Service:
Q: I want to purchase, I just don't understand the locking business. I want my mail secured, but I also want my mail carrier to be able to insert mail.
A: On our locking mailbox the mail carrier will be able to insert the mail. However, you will need the key to retrieve your mail from the secure area the mail drops into.

Product Reviews

  Nice looking mailbox ,
Posted By: - verified customer   Location: Ohio   How often do you shop at Comfort House: first time
This mailbox looks very nice. I have it in a corner of my front porch but have not yet mounted it so it's freestanding. I don't think I will place it on a pedestal. It's a good height and the corner banister supports it fine. It's not as heavy as I first expected. Mailman began using it immediately with no issues.
  Impressive Mailbox!,
Posted By: - verified customer   Location: Southeast Wisconsin   How often do you shop at Comfort House: first time
I was looking for a large impressive mailbox to mount on my front deck. The Ecco E8 was it!. The large front access door allows for all my mail and most packages to fit inside. It is a well made, great quality item.
When I purchased the mailbox it only came with key locks. I wanted my mail carriers to have access so I purchased two thumb turn locks off e-Bay for about $5.
Next, how do I mount this to my wood deck? I considered making a wood pedestal,but thought this would detract from the overall look.I decided to have one made of steel and paint it to match.I drew a rough sketch consisting of a 14" x 14" x 1/4" base plate, a 10" x 10" x 1/4" top plate, and a 6" square 1/4" tube, 24 inches long welded between the two plates. I took the sketch to a local steel fabricator and they made it for $125. I drilled holes in the base plates and mounted the base to my deck using 1/4" lag screws. I mounted the mail box to the top plate using four of the existing perimeter holes in the bottom of the mail box with 1/4" screws and large fender washers and nuts making a clamping action to the top plate.
This is a great curb appeal addition to my home.
Posted By: - verified customer   Location: Upland, ca   How often do you shop at Comfort House: first time
I am very happy with this mailbox. It is very secure. I built a brick pedistal about 1 foot on the ground to hold it. It leaks rain water on the mail and the paint chips off very easily and I have had to repaint in about 5 times, but it is still about the only mailbox I would buy again, because it looks awesome and is very large holds a lot of mail and I don't have to worry about getting my mail stolen.


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