For those of you who have the micro heatcap

I'm debating ordering one and just had some questions:

1.) Where are the gel packs located on the cap?

2.) How long does it stay warm for?

3.) How do you get all your hair into the cap?

4.) Does it come with heating instructions? My microwave is pretty beefcake lol

Does anyone regret ordering theirs? I really want to try a DT with heat but don't want to find out it's to much for my hair, ya know? Thanks!
2A/2B, fine, normal porosity

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1.) Where are the gel packs located on the cap?
All over, it comes with packs for the front, sides and back.

2.) How long does it stay warm for?
Maybe, 15-20 minutes. Mildly warm for me. I need at least 30 minutes of heat for my length.

3.) How do you get all your hair into the cap?
I didn't use their cap, I used a regular DT cap. It's thinner.

4.) Does it come with heating instructions? My microwave is pretty beefcake lol
Yes, it does. I always had to heat it a bit longer than what was recommended.

Does anyone regret ordering theirs?
Yes, I do. I didn't feel that I got ample amount of heat. I went back to using my good old Bonnet hard hat dryer. HTH

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1.) Where are the gel packs located on the cap?

Along the front, sides and back -- they are removable and they slide into pockets on the cap.

2.) How long does it stay warm for? About 20 minutes

3.) How do you get all your hair into the cap? I stick all my hair into a thin plastic shower cap and then put on the heat cap.

4.) Does it come with heating instructions? My microwave is pretty beefcake lol Yes, it does come with instructions -- I heat longer than recommended -- I stick it in the microwave for a minute and then rotate it and heat for 30 more seconds.

Does anyone regret ordering theirs? I really want to try a DT with heat but don't want to find out it's to much for my hair, ya know? Thanks! I don't regret it at all -- I love mine!
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Just to add. I put my hair in a conditioning cap under the heat cap. If I need to I'l re-heat it after 15-20 minutes. I love mine; it's great to be able to move around.
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