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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
Manufacturers tend to be generous with refrigerator volume. They account for basically all of the space inside the fridge, regardless of how unfeasible it would be to perfectly fit all your groceries into a neat cube.
We weren't wowed by the GE Profile PFSS6PKXSS usable storage space, but it should be good enough for the most users: it had an average capacity. The main problem with the storage in the refrigerator is the inability to hang your shelves exactly where you want them. If you're having trouble squeezing in that turkey, your options are to cram it in there or move a shelf up eight inches and end up with wasted space.
As a French door refrigerator,
Again, this is an average refrigerator. You can fit a few gallon jugs of milk on the doors' shelves, which is convenient, and the butter drawer is fairly large. The best thing about the door, however, is it provides the customizability the main space lacks: you can nudge the shelves up or down a few inches at a time.
Below are the manufacturers own figures for capacity, and our own measurements for usable capacity. The manufacturers figures do not take account of the shelves, drawers and other removable features, but our measurements do account for the space these take up.