GE French Door Refrigerator GFSS6KEXSS

25.8 Cu. Ft. French Door Refrigerator with Ice Maker - Stainless Steel Finish


Overall: The GE French Door Refrigerator GFSS6KEXSS is a great French door refrigerator if you don’t need an external ice & water dispenser (which is a good idea as a great deal of the refrigerator repair issues come from their ice and water dispensers). Otherwise it has a great deal of space and can easily handle a family of 4 people.


Capacity: 25.8 cu. ft.



Notable Features:


  1. Beautifully Lit: Of course it is made by GE who also makes light bulbs so it really should be. Thought this is a bigger deal than you might think as shadows inside the fridge can make getting and finding what you want more of a chore.


  2. Bottom Freezer Ice Maker: Having the ice maker installed by GE on the bottom allows for so much more space on the top two shelves.


  3. Easy Access Controls: The temperature controls are located comfortably on the front of the refrigerator door above the ice maker. You will be able to easily see the interior temperatures of both the refrigerator and freezer.


  4. Easy Close French Door: One problem people had with French door refrigerators when they first came out was not properly closing their doors and being unaware of it. This is why GE has added a feature that will pull the door closed should you not do it yourself.


Colors: Stainless Steel, Clean Steel (easier to clean) and White


Efficiency: Is Energy Star rated


MSRP: The Stainless steel model comes in at $1999 but we’ve seen it for 10-20% lower than this.


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