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While online shopping is convenient, there’s always the fear your package might get swept off your doorstep when you’re away. And if you’re like us, you’ve probably had to plan around a delivery once or twice, or enlist the help of a watchful neighbor.
At the same time, you can also miss a delivery while sitting at home. Despite your best efforts to track your package, FedEx sometimes shows up without you even knowing. And if you don’t have a doorman or a lobby to safeguard your package, there’s a chance that something could happen to it.
But thanks to the Express Plastic Parcel Locker, your deliveries won’t be completely left out in the open. It’s a box made to keep your packages safe — either from thieves or the weather. You set it outside your home, and your packages can be dropped off there.
According to the product description, the box is spacious enough to “to hold almost every day delivery packages.”
Shop: Express Plastic Parcel Locker, $48.99 (Orig. $64.99)
Additionally, it boasts that it’s “durable” and designed to withstand the elements. It’s made out of plastic and comes with a removable lid.
Many reviewers gave the locker high marks, praising the amount of storage space inside. However, the only main complaint was that the locker was lightweight and may need some extra support.
“Looks great on front porch. May have to weigh it down as it is light weight,” one reviewer wrote. “Wanted something to keep packages out of sight and protected from rain. Perfect – if i could just get the delivery folks to put the packages in it! It was recommended that on the delivery address I put, ‘put in black storage locker’ which I will try :)”
Another buyer echoed that sentiment: “It arrived very quickly to my door, I literally opened the box right there and set it up. Its a bit light so Ill put a paver in the bottom of it, but otherwise it looks very nice…I hope it holds up well in the ND winters.”
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