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Teutonia T-Linx

(*Est. $500)
April 2012
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  • Smooth ride
  • High quality
  • Reversible handle
  • Expensive
  • Two-part fold
  • Limited storage
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The Teutonia T-Linx (*Est. $500) is an expensive stroller that many owners say is worth the price if you can afford it. The base stroller model comes with a toddler seat, but the stroller can also be purchased in a package with the brand's T-Tario 35 car seat as a travel system. A carry cot is also available. Reviews for the T-Linx are fairly positive. Users adore the sleek design, often writing that other parents often comment on the stroller. The T-Linx allows the child to ride facing forward or backward by simply reversing the position of the handle. The stroller also features large no-fill tires and an all-wheel suspension system. Reviewers praise the stroller for its smooth ride, and users note that babies can easily sleep through strolls over even the roughest terrains.

Where this stroller loses points with reviewers is in its fold and storage. Several reviewers note that the underseat storage is minimal and that its shape often causes smaller objects to fall out. There also are no cupholders or snack trays. Even satisfied customers note that for the luxury price tag these extras should be included. Another substantial drawback is that the seat must be removed from the frame of the stroller prior to collapsing. This two-step process is far more involved and time-consuming than the folding process of comparable models. Still, reviewers say that its high quality and chic design make this stroller an enviable purchase.

Several blogs offer reviews of the Teutonia T-Linx. The stroller was released in late 2010, when it garnered much attention. Unfortunately, many of these reviews verge on being overtly positive, with reviewers praising the cosmetic features of the T-Linx but commenting little on the more practical stroller functions. Reviews at, while few in comparison to other top-selling models, do a better job at providing a balanced assessment of the stroller. 

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Teutonia T-Linx Stroller, Venetian Red

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This blog features a very detailed, glowing review of the Teutonia T-Linx. The reviewer cites virtually no problems with this stroller. Instead, she says that the stroller has "exceptional" features. The reversible handlebar and seat are particularly well liked, and the large no-flat tires and suspension system provide a smooth ride.

Review: Featured Review: The Teutonia T-Linx System, "Kiersten", Feb. 23, 2011


Blogger Sara Fisher provides a somewhat detailed review of the Teutonia T-Linx. She appreciates the stellar wheel suspension and smooth ride, but notes that the storage basket is somewhat small. The no-fill EVA tires are also a highlight of this model. Unfortunately, this review comments on little else.

Review: Test Driving the Teutonia T-Linx, Sara Rontal Fisher, Sept. 16, 2010

3. Celebrity Baby Blog

Celebrity Baby Blog offers a brief but insightful review of the Teutonia T-Linx stroller. The reviewer says that the stroller is a good option for parents looking for a smooth-riding luxury stroller. The most notable drawback is the two-part fold, which requires the seat to be removed before the frame can be collapsed.

Review: Teutonia T-Linx Infant and Toddler Strollers, Nancy Horn, May 29, 2010

4. Stroller Queen Reviews

The StrollerQueenReviews blog offers several detailed reviews of new and top-selling strollers. The review is somewhat detailed, though it verges on vague. Janet McLaughlin praises the T-Linx's unique design and smooth ride. However, the basket is somewhat small and the user must remove the seat before folding the frame.

Review: Teutonia T-Linx Review, Janet McLaughlin, July 21, 2010


In 18 reviews, the Teutonia T-Linx earns 4.2 out of 5 stars. The stroller performs quite well with users. The high quality and unique design earn the stroller praise. However, parents do note the lack of storage and cupholder, saying that for the price tag everything should be included.

Review: Teutonia T-Linx System, Contributors to, As of April 2012

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