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- GE GSL25JGCLS
- An easy-clean stainless-style exterior, sliding shelves and user-friendly controls are impressive on a $1000 fridge. The average temperature performance, however, was less than welcome.
GE GSL25JGCLS 25.25 cu. ft. Side-By-Side Refrigerator Review$1,044.05
A year with the GE GSL25JGCLS would cost you under $40, assuming electricity sells for 9.1 cents per kWh. That's pretty good for a fridge this size.
The GE GSL25JGCLS has average temperature control all around, with the exception of the fridge. It keeps foods at even temperatures over time, but those foods vary in temperature depending on which shelf they're stored. Foods towards the bottom of the fridge can be several degrees warmer than foods toward the top.
The GE GSL25JGCLS has lots of usable storage space. It's not as wide as a French door, top- or bottom-freezer fridge, but as long as you aren't storing very wide items in the freezer you should be fine.
Shelves are adjustable, easy to clean, good at containing spills and -- most importantly -- slide out for easy access. The faux-stainless exterior is easier to clean than real stainless, but it may rust if scratched.