Architectural Mailboxes is an industry leader in mailbox products, combining quality workmanship and tough materials as well as aesthetic design. The Architectural Mailboxes Geneva Locking Mailbox is another great offering from Architectural Mailboxes.
Overall Rating 4.5 out of 5 stars
Large delivery door that can accept parcels and mail bundles
Separate locking mail retrieval door located in back of mailbox
Sealed tight, won’t leak through
Architectural Mailboxes Geneva Locking Mailbox Product Description
The Geneva Locking Mailbox by Architectural Mailboxes is your answer to a simple looking yet distinctive mailbox to keep your mail secure. Features exclusive Parcel Delivery Door to securely accepts books, bundled mail, USPS Priority Mail boxes, and even prescriptions and pacakages.
The Architectural Mailboxes Geneva Locking Mailbox is even cheered by USPS mailman according to quite a few owners. It is very well built, has seals on both doors and you will find tight seals and no leaking. Simple and elegant look will improve curb appeal of your home. There is a lot of room in the mailbox for just about anything you would receive while on vacation.
Architectural Mailboxes comes out with matching posts for more attractive curbside use, such as the Architectural Mailboxes basic post
Architectural Mailboxes Geneva Locking Mailbox PROS AND CONS
- Simple and attractive locking mailbox
- Deters mail stolen via “fishing” – there is no way to get your hand into the box to reach the mail.
- Feels very secure and durable right out of the box and well engineered – owners have reported it withstanding break-in attempts
- Weatherproof – no leaks reported yet
- Outgoing mail attaches via a clip on the inside door – this doesn’t leave much room for outgoing mail
- Small red plastic “notification” flag for new mail not visible and pretty useless
- Pricey (as are all Architectural Mailboxes)
Overall, when doing research for secure residential locking mailboxes, Architectural Mailboxes comes up time and time again as the leading maker . The Geneva Locking Mailbox continues the reputation of Architectural Mailboxes of secure and durable locking mailboxes which are well thought out. It is a pricier brand of locking mailbox, but definitely worth it considering the thought and time put into these mailboxes. This one is highly recommended.
What Buyers Are Saying
“I’ve had my mail stolen several times and decided to install a locking mailbox. I was looking for a box that was attractive and functional. Many of the boxes I looked at had the locking section in the front with a slot above to deposit the mail. Unfortunately, with these mailboxes, I was able to push my hand through the slot and reach the floor of the box. This box is attractive, has the locking door in the back, and it is nearly impossible to get at the mail without a crowbar. I’m very happy with this purchase…(READ MORE)”
“I bought this for a civic association mail box and it has been exceptional. It has survived a break in where the intruder tried to use a screwdriver to pry open the rear door and to try to pry the box off the post. Neither attempt worked and the box is still functional today. Excellent product… (READ MORE)”
“After some neighborhood brats were messing with everyones mail, we decided to invest in a nice locking mailbox. We did a lot of research and found that Architectural Mailboxes was the brand we wanted to go with. It is very well built, has seals on both doors and hasn’t leaked a drop since we put it up. The neighbors love it and it really adds curb appeal to the house. We also bought the heavy duty pole (Oasis in ground pole) and install was very easy. Everything fits with tons of room to spare. Both doors feel solid, and well insulated from the weather. Even our mailman commented on how nice the box was. We are very happy with this mailbox and highly recommend it to anyone looking for a well built, quality locking mailbox… (READ MORE)”
OVERALL RATING: 4.5 out of 5 stars.
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Source of Buyer Reviews and Description: Amazon.com
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