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<p>This may seem really really silly, but how do I tell if I have a graco safe seat or a snugride?  I bought it back when Ds1 was a baby, and now Ds2 has been riding in it.  I had thought it was a snugride (but I wasn't real into knowing, back when I bought it).  Should it be labled somewhere?  (no, I haven't really looked, and I'm not sure where the manual is <span><img alt="bag.gif" src="http://files.mothering.com/images/smilies/bag.gif">)  Please don't flame me, but suggestions on how to tell the difference will be greatly appreciated.</span></p>
 

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<p>I used to have a Snugride, but I don't think it's name was on the seat itself.</p>
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<p>Can you post a picture? Maybe some here will recognize it.</p>
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<p>If there's a manufacture's number on any of the labels you could google it.</p>
 

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<p>Well, the weight limit is a dead giveaway :)  But flip the seat upside down, and look at the sticker on the bottom of the seat, usually under where the strap lies.  The model name is on the sticker.</p>
 

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<p>oohhh... the one I have guaranteed that it would fit to a year... it has a high-ish weight limit, well past 20 lbs...  It's bigger than the graco one we borrowed when my dd was a baby. </p>
 

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<p>Sounds like a Safe Seat, but check the label to be sure.</p>
 

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<p>hmm... I'll have to go look.  Guess I'll do that in the morning.</p>
 
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