Summary: However, users note that only the front is stainless; the sides, which may be visible in some kitchens, are black. The stainless finish also tends to show fingerprints, though they wipe off fairly easily. The front of the fridge is smooth and sleek, with no ice or water dispenser to break up its lines.
Pros: Roomy, Maintains even temperature, Adjustable storage
Cons: Somewhat noisy, Limited freezer space, Freezer hard to clean
a refrigerator that straddles the line between entry-level and mid-level quality.
19 March 2012
Conclusion: A bottom-freezer with solid ratings across the board, the Whirlpool GB2FHDXWQ is a great choice, especially if you can find it for a reduced price. Fridge and freezer temperatures stayed consistent, plus energy consumption was pleasantly low. We found it online for as low as $1,200, substantially lower than the MSRP of $1,449. Its smooth white finish brightens a room and its consistent temperature performance and low energy use means your food will be well taken care of.
Conclusion: If you decide you want to join the bottom-freezer crowd, the Whirlpool GB2FHDXWS is an excellent choice. Sure, it looks somewhat industrial and the freezer compartment isn't exactly enormous, but the fresh food compartment offers consistent temperature performance, reliable humidity control, and wide shelves. The freezer's temperature performance was also remarkably consistent. While it's priced at $1,499, you shouldn't have trouble finding it for less online.