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GE GBSC0HCXWW Review

Published on October 13, 2010, by in Bottom-Freezer, GE.

GE GBSC0HCXWWThe GE GBSC0HCXWW refrigerator is a fairly small bottom-freezer model, with just over 20 cubic ft of space. The white exterior isn’t stunning, but it’s not bad to look at either. In this review of the GE GBSC0HCXWW fridge, I’ll be going over this model’s best and worst features. First off, here’s a rundown of it’s best features: factory-installed ice maker, humidity controlled crispers, Energy Star qualified, snack pan, gallon door bins, adjustable glass shelves, Reveal lighting, curved doors with hidden hinges, and a NeverClean condenser. This refrigerator sells for just $800, which is a pretty good price when you account for it’s features.

Now I’ll go over the negative aspects of the GE GBSC0HCXWW refrigerator. One of the biggest complaints by users of this model is that the freezer space is very limited. The ice maker is largely to blame for this, but it would be fairly small even without it. Also, this isn’t the quietest fridge out there. I know it’s supposed to be a deluxe quiet design model, but that doesn’t mean all noise is gone. Another issue with the GE GBSC0HCXWW refrigerator is that some of the interior plastic seems a little cheap. Lastly, I think stuff stored in the back of the freezer is impossible to get to, unless you crawl half way in there. Overall, I’m giving this model a 3.7 / 5 star rating.

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