Rated 3.3 out of 5 by 10
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Ralph Reasonably happy with this refrigerator
Decided to buy this refrigerator after on-and-off shopping for a year to replace a ready-to-fail one with broken compressor mount. Given the size space we had for it, this was the biggest we could get and did not find any others that fit our space that did not have the ice maker. We did not want an ice maker as previous experience with them has been completely negative. Overall size the same as the old one. All this meant that we saw it as our only possible choice. However, nobody had this refrigerator available on their floor to actually see it. Thus, we were surprised when the freezer was much larger than the old refrigerator. They sacrificed refrigerator space to have the larger freezer. Unfortunately, we preferred the smaller freezer, larger refrigerator space. And, the smaller refrigerator space makes it much harder to see what's inside. You have to lean way over or stoop to see the uppermost shelf. It did have some basics we absolutely wanted - lights in both compartments, separate controls for each compartment, adjustable half-width glass shelves in refrigerator. And the new one is much quieter than the old Amana one ever was. So, it's not perfect, but we are reasonably satisfied with it after three weeks in use.
January 28, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by Frozenout Freezes Food
Disappointed with this refrigerator. There is a section, on the top shelf in the back that freezes food. The orange juice I put there had some ice in it and then I put a quart of milk there and it froze solid. The plastic container was actually bulging and ready to burst when I took it out. There is a vent in the center attached to the ceiling of the refrigerator that blows air directly from the freezer down onto the food. The vent is not completely visible as it is part of the ceiling fixture. You can't see that there is a vent there and there is nothing to warn you that it is there and there is no fix for it. I can’t place any liquids there or they’ll freeze solid and so now I have to position all my items on that shelf carefully so as not to place anything in that section, so I’m losing space in my refrigerator.
February 24, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Joy444 Cold milk
Door holds incredible amount .
I wish I had one more half shelf in the freezer for my ice trays though.
December 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Walker10 High Quality
I've had GE appliances in the past and found them to be high quality and very dependable, lasting 27 years with the only repair being the replacement of the light bulb in the frig two times. With this kind of track record I didn't hesitate to purchase a new GE - GTS22SBXSS refrigerator for my new home and have been rewarded with an even higher quality product than my last one. Great features, modest price for the features you get and the rugged reliability that I've come to expect from GE!
October 2, 2013
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by loueee i bought the second one
i bought the first GE refrig to help with my electric bill two weeks later I bought the second one to have for company and when I need more room for cold things. i'm so very happy with both of them
July 19, 2014
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Bealive Not the best appliance I have ever owned
The freezer continues to freeze up and get ice. The ice maker throws ice all over the freezer. Several service calls minimized the issue of the icing up, but it still gets drops of water freezing on the walls and top.
May 13, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Toni17 loud & freezer door pops open
Although this unit is nice looking, it is loud. My 15 year old fridge was much more quiet. In addition, every time the fridge door is closed, the freezer door pops open. What a shame. This is the only model that would fit into the space available in my kitchen.
Although this unit was pricey for a basic, no frills unit, I believed in the "GE" brand. What a huge (and loud) disappointment.
February 5, 2013
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by RyanY Great product, but...
The GE GTS22SBXSS looks great and maintains a constant temperature. As a result, food remains fresh for much longer than in refrigerators of lesser quality. However, whenever the refrigerator door is closed, the freezer door pops open. My internet search indicates that this is not an isolated case, suggesting this is a design flaw.
November 27, 2012