Every woman’s dream is what I will call this GE Profile 28.6 cu. ft. French door refrigerator. Several women I have spoken to have told me how much they like to have a stainless steel refrigerator as part of their kitchen collection. This one is a must have. The size and front design alone will definitely turn heads, but that doesn’t mean much. Check out some of the unique features.
o Hands free auto water fill technology. Place your container right at the dispensing area to have it filled up to the brim. The water filtration system is designed to brew out the cleanest water in your kitchen. Water filter was installed inside the door which creates extra room in the fresh food section.
o Think about extending the shelf-life of the grocery produce. Using a unique cooling technology, this refrigerator is equipped to do exactly just that.
o Everybody loves it when there’s extra space to store some extra stuff. You are looking at one of the space monsters in refrigeration. Side doors can store large items like gallons of milk and bigger juice containers.
o Cleaning up this unit will be so much easier because of the added Spill-proof technology. The stainless steel skin will likely prevent germ growth.
o A refrigerator of this size needs energy efficiently or else you will have no reason to keep it due to high cost of electricity it will generate, but you can buy with peace of mind because this version has the approval of Energy Star.
PUBLIC REVIEWS | PFE29PSDSS GE FRENCH DOOR FRIDGE:
Mack | Madison, WI bought this unit sometime in April 2013 and mentioned that it was excellent, very spacious, and was excited about the numerous shelves it had. He also liked the temperature regulation system.
Denis |Stillwater, NY awarded this fridge 5 out of 5 stars based on performance, quality features, appearance and value. He said his veggies had never stayed so fresh. He also praised how spacious it was and liked the dispenser too.
Jeff | Florida is also a big fan of the GE French door and liked the features on it, but he thought the noise level was a bit too high and the fan run consistently even if the refrigerator was seldom opened. (I think this is something GE engineers need to pay attention to.)
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