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Hi! Does anyone have experience with Teutonia strollers?
They are now being distributed by Britax. The ''Y2K'' model
looks great, but it's very expensive and there is nowhere to
try it in the Bay Area. I will be needing one for a newborn.
Thanks for any advice...
I've never used or seen a Teutonia, but my advice is to check
out the Strollers board at www.parentsplace.com. Click on
boards, then strollers. The ladies there seem to think very
highly of Teutonias. They can steer you to the stroller that
best meets your needs. That board was very helpful to me when
I made my stroller purchases.
I checked out the Teutonia strollers while in Europe this
summer, but ended up buying a Kelty Joyrider instead since I
like to at least have the option to run and hike with the baby.
The Teutonias appear to be extremely well made and of high
quality. They push really easily, have very good suspension and
seem comfortable to the kids. I would particularly recommend
getting both the reclining inset so that you can comfortably use
it with a newborn who needs to lie down fully. These kind of
strollers are excellent for long walks, but cumbersome when
traveling or getting in and out of the car a lot. An added
feature of the Teutonias is that since they are made in New
Zealand, where sun protection is a constant issue, you can order
different kind of sun shields directly from them if you so
desire. If what you are looking for is a kind of updated
tradtional European style walking stroller of good quality, this
is for you.
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