Short on kitchen space? This bottom freezer fridge from GE is designed to fit into tight spots. Click through to learn more about it.
With bottom freezers, your fresh ingredients are up top. In this fridge, you get 7.3 cubic feet of fresh food storage space.
There's another 3.2 cubic feet down in the freezer, bringing you total to 10.5 cubic feet. That's about average for compact-sized models like this one.
You'll control the temperature with these controls up here.
The freezer controls are in the fridge, too, tucked away in the back.
The refrigerator offers a single crisper bin -- it's actually the coldest spot in the fridge.
You can control the humidity in that bin using this slider.
Despite the small size, we were very nearly able to fit our entire, full-sized load of test groceries into the fridge (albeit in cramped fashion).
Temperatures were colder towards the bottom of the fridge, which makes sense since the freezer is down at the very bottom. The top shelves all ran a bit warm.
Temperatures fell a bit at the coldest setting, but not by much.