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- GE Profile PFSS6PKXSS
- This bottom freezer device has plenty of space for both frozen and refrigerated food, and a number of features that make it more flexible than most.
GE Profile 25.5 cu. ft. French-Door Refrigerator (PFSS6PKX)$2,599.00
The GE Profile PFSS6PKXSS is a French door refrigerator, meaning its refrigerator section has two doors, under which is a large pull-out freezer.
You'll definitely notice fingerprints on the refrigerator's stainless steel facade—and they're really hard to clean off.
The GE Profile PFSS6PKXSS's handle has an ellipsoid shape that fits well in the hand. The handles don't pick up fingerprints as easily as the fridge itself.
The handles meet the fridge with a squared-off top. Note the mirrored sheen of the door compared to the matte finish of the handles: that's why you'll see every fingerprint on the fridge's doors, but won't see any on the handles.
The water and ice dispenser is located on the left door and can be activated by pushing in on the curved handle.
The dispenser's controls don't just affect the output of ice or water: it serves as a control center for the fridge. If you want to quickly freeze or cool something, press and hold the Adjust Freezer or Adjust Refrigerator button for three seconds.
The ice comes down from the chute right above the handle.
The refrigerator gives you two doors and a large main space with myriad shelves and drawers.
The top half of the main refrigerator area has several removable shelves. While there isn't much vertical space in which to move the shelves around, the fridge lets you stack objects fairly deep. The left-most shelf on top can flip up to accommodate wine bottles or other tall objects. There's also a little bottle caddy suspended from the second set of shelves (it can be attached to any shelf).
At the bottom of the fridge are three drawers, two crispers with dials for humidity, and a long, flat, temperature-controlled drawer.
The water filter is located in the top right of the fridge.
The left door doesn't have many storage options because the ice chute takes up a lot of space. In fact, the shelf directly above the ice chute is so narrow it's hard to find something small enough to store there.
The right door has two shelves that can be removed and slotted elsewhere. There's also a large butter drawer.
The freezer is located under the refrigerator. The main basin has a movable divider.
Above the main basin is a drawer that pulls out almost as far as the freezer itself.
There's also a small shelf above the main basin. It offers some storage space, but it's not particularly deep.
The shelf has a trap door on one side labeled Max 16" Pizza Door. If you find normal pizza doors just can't accommodate your pizza needs, the Max 16" Pizza Door provides the maximum space (16 inches) for your pizzas.
The ice-maker is actually not located in the freezer: it's in its own little enclosure in the top left corner of the fridge. It dispenses ice through the chute in the door.
The back of the fridge has a water hookup and not much else.
The sides of the fridge aren't nearly as fancy as its facade: they're just gray plastic. This fridge was definitely meant to be hidden away.