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GE GFSS2HCYSS 22.0 cu. ft. French Door Refrigerator Review

The GFSS2HCYSS offers consistency and energy efficiency in a $1300 stainless steel package.

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Conclusion

Energy Efficiency

Based on how much usable space it offers and in yearly energy expenses, GE GFSS2HCYSS is a very energy efficient fridge.

Performance

Though the fridge and freezer both have shelf positions that are warmer and cooler than the overall temperature, food stored in the GE GFSS2HCYSS stays a consistent temperature, and veggies in the vegetable drawer don't dry out.

Storage Space

The GE GFSS2HCYSS has a wide, capacious fridge. The freezer is small, but can easily hold wide items like frozen pizzas.

Usability

Some people will inevitably dislike the bottom-freezer setup of the French door design, though it can be convenient having fresh foods at eye level. One thing's for sure: fingerprints don't come off the GE GFSS2HCYSS's stainless surface easily.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Energy Efficiency
  4. Performance
  5. Storage Space
  6. Usability
  7. Conclusion
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