General Electric Continuous Feed Waste Disposal

Last updated: March 16, 2023

Although a little noisy when you first insert a food item, advanced insulation keeps this garbage disposal quiet. It retails for less than $100, making it budget friendly. You'll also find it's easy to install, thanks to its mounting system.

General Electric Continuous Feed Waste Disposal

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Product Details

Key Takeaway: This garbage disposal is designed for use in homes of up to two people.

In our analysis of 60 expert reviews, the General Electric Continuous Feed Waste Disposal placed 5th when we looked at the top 11 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

GE 1/3 HP Garbage Disposal GFC320T

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

Powerful, quite and undoubtedly durable.
Powerful, quiet and undoubtedly durable.
Features an advanced insulation package that helps ensure super-quiet operation.
This disposer can process upto 27 ounces of food wastes at a time, neverthless this is a continuous feed disposal so the chamber capacity doesn't really matter unless you plan to add large chunks of food together.
It came with very clear instructions, and installation was a breeze.
General Electric GFC320V is one of the most budget-friendly disposals in the market. You can easily fit it in your budget.
High RPM will process food and waste much faster.

What reviewers didn't like

Althought it boasts "EZ Mount Installation," most people will still need a professional for power connection.
Although it boasts "EZ mount installation," most people will still need a professional for power connection.
It doesn't have any special noise insulation technology.
It makes a bit of noise when any larger food pieces go in, but it quickly quiets down afterward.
Mounting is different from most of the regular disposals
In rare instances, pieces may come loose from the disposal and fall into your piping system
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