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This fridge/freezer combo is longer than it is tall, and is
designed to sit at eye level like some built-in stoves, so that
all of your food is roughly at the same level and minimal
bending is required.
The double doors open conventionally, but take up a larger
/ above or something.
GE wall refrigerator, circa 1955
[kdf, Jun 17 2020]
||They say that one major issue with the garden variety
fridge is that all the coolth falls out every time you open
the door. Having a horizontal unit might allow some
coolth to remain inside, perhaps within transparent inner
doors to somewhat seal sections you aren't accessing.
||WKTE. GE offered one in 1955 (link).
||Today, horizontal refrigerators are more commonly
installed under-counter than eye-level. Unless you're a
midget, in which case under-counter IS eye-level.
||Grow downlights and drip hydroponics on the benches underneath,