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Old 07-17-2011, 03:29 AM
 
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General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS bottom-freezer refrigerator

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

The General Electric Profile PGCS1NFXSS refrigerator is fantastic, completely featured refrigerator that is sure to give you the absolute most bang for your buck. While it may seem super pricey, it is certainly worth every single last penny, and absolutely ideal for large families. The General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS refrigerator manages to be both incredibly functional and stylish.

The General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS refrigerator is completely stainless steel on the exterior, with a high-quality, sophisticated luxury feel to it and a very modern, interesting design.

One particularly exciting and great feature of the General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS refrigerator is how the bottom freezer includes two different pull-out drawers, located right underneath the fridge. You can keep the items that you use the most in one freezer compartment, and then items you do not need as much access to in the shelf underneath - this will help to keep your organized and on top of things.

The fridge is fairly medium in size, with 20 feet in both compartments. The most space, 15 feet of it, is in the main fridge, with the rest in the two freezers below. The door has all kinds of gallon deep door bins, a dairy compartment and a wire rack.

The only drawback that there really is about the General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS refrigerator? How expensive it is to actually run. While this is somewhat expected for a refrigerator of this power, it is still an unfortunate downside of the General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS refrigerator. However, considering that this refrigerator is intended for larger families, this is familiar territory.

Overall, the General Electric's Profile PGCS1NFXSS bottom-freezer refrigerator is a fantastic option. It's functional and stylish, and suits virtually every size of family from small to large.

Review by professional reviewer, Dec. 8, 2010
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