BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

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The Blackwolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent has a unique new six way hub design and extra tall headroom. The Cabin 450 is a large tent perfect for the whole family and is quick and easy to set up and pack away.


The BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent has been updated by BlackWolf for a better camping experience! These updates include a tape seam sealed construction where the floor meets the tent wall seam, additional reinforcing on the inside of the fly where the fly to allow for tape sealing, additional fly coverage on the corners of the tent for improved weather protection. For the BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent, there's stronger door and window mesh for a more durable design.

Built for tough Aussie conditions, the BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent is not only incredibly quick to set up, it features a wide front awning due to the three included awning poles to provide a nice sheltered space outdoors! It can be enclosed with the use of optional front and side panels (not included) or made bug-proof with the optional screen awning room (not included). The perfect family sized tent, gusseted windows and roof vents provide plenty of ventilation throughout the unit and has a room divider to share out space between two side by side rooms!



  • Gusseted windows
  • Roof vents
  • Fine, durable mesh doors and windows
  • Rapid pitch turbo frame
  • Room divider
  • Waterproof taped seams on floor
  • Waterproof taped seams on fly


Model: 31152555444506
UPC/ISBN: 9334917097848

Dimensions: 450cm L x 300cm W

Tent Height: 230cm

Weight: 30kg

Awning: 4.5m wide

Packed Dimensions: 130cm L x 50cm W x 40cm H

Sleeping Capacity: Up to 10 adults

Material: 150D ripstop polyester PU

Waterproof Rating: 5000mm floor / 2000mm fly

Floor: Heavy duty 500D Oxford polyester PU

Frame: 25mm aluminium


This product is covered by Blackwolf's 3 year warranty against manufacturing defects and materials

Reviews of BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

(4.5) based on 10 reviews.

BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

(5) By: Craig on 12 January 2020
Purchased the Blackwolf 450 Turbo Lite Cabin with the intent of doing lots of camping over the Christmas break in FNQ. After doing lots of homework and reading bulk reviews on the net I was nervous as there are a few poor reviews, and being the most expensive tent on the market it was a big decision. However I’d like to report after 2 weeks of camping in really rough weather this tent has stood up strong and I’m bloody wrapt. I’ve camped in 50km + winds and had 40mm + days where due to bad luck we had a river running under the tent but it stayed dry. Easy to put up, worth taking the extra time to peg out all guy ropes etc for good piece of mind. Awning area is large and and a good sitting area. I was with my kids however had no issues putting the tent up on my own. Overall the tent has so many little things that just make sense and improve the camping experience. Cheers Craig

BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

(5) By: Madonna on 28 April 2019
We have camped with our Blackwolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 tent two times now and both times this tent has not let us down. It was certainly put to the test this week. We have just returned from 9 nights on Fraser Island where we encountered 3 massive storms on the first 3 nights with high winds and very heavy rain. Our tent stood up to all mother nature had to throw at her. Knowing we were going to Fraser my husband had the foresight to purchase large sand pegs and made a few of his own guy ropes with springs and this did help. But in normal camping conditions with perfect weather you do not need these additions. Our tent was so comfortable and stayed dry the whole time. I was sad to pack it up and come home.

BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

(4) By: Rob on 8 February 2019
All round good tent, appears to be well made however one major fault is the windows don't have a zip all the way around, so in high winds dust gets in under the window flaps and coats everything inside - including the people. Would be good if the tent could be completely sealed from the outside if weather conditions required it..

BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

(5) By: Nik on 11 January 2019
I haven't actually taken the tent camping yet, however I did put it up in the backyard as soon as I received it for a couple of days. Very easy to pitch - you do need someone with some height though. I'm 6ft1 and a bit of a stretch, however no way my 5ft4 wife could've done the job! I also attached the screen room awning and one side panel (which came free with the tent). Both awesome. I love my BlackWolf tent and can't wait to get out in it!

BlackWolf Turbo Lite Cabin 450 Tent

(1) By: Luise on 11 September 2018
Totally love this model and size and up until this weekend was a huge BlackWolf fan..... our Turbo lite plus 240 leaked like a sieve in the rain. Not torrential rain. Just regular rain. And after reading some reviews am really concerned about even bothering to contact BlackWolf as their customer support is terrible. So disappointing as I so love their tents but the quality is terrible and for what you pay it’s no way worth it.

Tentworld Tentworld ResponseHi Luise, really sorry to hear about your wet weekend. If the warranty process for these tents was not up to scratch, we would not sell them. Due to the price point our customers do have high expectations, and if BlackWolf failed to help us meet those expectations we wouldnt sell their gear. It's simply not worth the grief. We have plenty of other great tents to sell. IN regards to getting wet on your weekend, this does sound strange. Have you tested your tent at home before? It is unusual to hear it leak like this. What I think you will find when you test your tent at home is that you did get wet from condensation, not from your tent leaking. To avoid condensation, you have to ensure you keep adequate ventilation in all weather conditions. That means you have to keep windows open, all the time. Use the gusseted windows to keep ventilation happening, and the doors under the awning. If you test your tent at home using the garden hose, and it doesnt leak during this test. This is what happened. This is not a fault in the manufacture of the tent, but it means you were camping in moist conditions perfect for condensation to form. Sometimes it cant be avoided totally, but can definitely be minimised to the point where it doesnt bother you during the night but may occasionally mean some things are damp. If you want to talk more about this, or believe you do have a warranty claim. Please do email in reply to your invoice and we'll get things going for you. Kind Regards & Happy Camping ~ Tentworld team.

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