The GE GFSS2HCYSS refrigerator is a French door model with just over 22 cubic ft of space. The exterior is a beautiful stainless steel finish. In this review of the GE GFSS2HCYSS fridge, I’ll go over this model’s strengths and weaknesses, then deciding if it’s worth the $1,350 price tag. What I really like about the exterior is the high-end details, such as: the rounded doors, hidden hinges, and contoured handles. Here’s a quick rundown of the features found on this unit: adjustable humidity-controlled crispers, snack drawer, adjustable spill proof glass shelves, super bright Reveal lighting, upfront temperature controls, factory installed ice maker, adjustable gallon door bins, and this refrigerator is also Energy Star qualified. I really like how almost everything is customizable on this model – it’s a nice touch.
OK, onto the negative aspects of the GE GFSS2HCYSS refrigerator. One thing I don’t really like is how small the freezer space seems. A lot of the cramped feeling is due to the ice maker being in there, which would be hard to give up. Another thing is that the door bins seem a little cheap – and, one user actually had them break on her. Of course, the stainless steel exterior is going to attract fingerprints, but that is very common. Other than those couple issues, I can’t think of much wrong with the GE GFSS2HCYSS refrigerator. It’s a decent buy, especially if you are in the market for a cheaper stainless steel model. I’m giving this unit a 4.3 / 5 star rating.