BlackWolf Turbo Lite Plus 300 Tent
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The all new and improved Turbo Tents from Blackwolf have taken years of field testing and customer feedback to give us the best Turbo Tents yet. Featuring superior water proofing, additional re-enforcing, stronger zips, larger fly for greater weather protection and upgraded, stronger mesh on all windows and doors, the new 2017 Turbo Tent range is sure to impress and a welcome upgrade to the now Australia famous Turbo tent range.
Turbo Tent Updates
- New construction where floor meets tent wall seam, now tape seam sealed
- Re-enforcing on the inside of the fly where the fly sits on the Turbo Frame and ridge pole
- New construction where zips for side panels and velcro for front panel attaches to the fly to allow for tape sealing
- Extra fly coverage at the corners of the tent for improved weather protection
- PVC Storm flaps added to side and front panels for improved weather protection and better fit across all Turbo styles
- Tape sealing on all seams on front and side panels
- Turbo Lite upgrade to stronger door & window mesh
Built tough for Aussie conditions this tent is super fast to pitch so it's ideal for extended trips where you're frequently on the move but still need a large tent. The Turbo tents also provide the benefit of packing down small enough to fit inside most vehicles so they don't need to be left on your roof rack or ute tray where they are exposed to the elements and could easily be stolen.
New 3 pole awning can remain erected in all weather conditions thanks to the centre ridge pole enabling unprecedented water shedding capabilities. Large front door, roof vents and gusseted side windows for excellent ventilation in all weather conditions and zippered guy rope pockets to keep guy ropes tidy.
A curtain divider allows the tent to be divided into two rooms, alternatively it can be rolled away to the sides to give you one big space. Perfect for those who want a quality no fuss setup tent.
The Blackwolf Turbo tents have a fully waterproof inner tent meaning that if you get to your campsite late and don't want to throw the fly over your tent - you don't have to! We do recommend using the fly however as it helps to reduce condensation inside your tent due to the difference in temperature inside and out. It also shades your tent and protects the inner tent from tree sap, bird droppings and the like. The fly is attached by 4 simple snap-fit buckles at each corner of the tent meaning that you don't have to peg it down separately.
The Polyurethane coated Polyester floor fabric in the Blackwolf Turbo Lite tents is superior to regular polyester weave floor fabrics as it provides high tensile strength, it is anti-fray, ripstop, has improved water resistance, stain resistance and is a lot quieter when walked on.
- Rapid Pitch Turbo Frame
- Gusseted Windows
- Roof Vents
- Room Divider(s)
- Waterproof Taped Seams On Floor
- Waterproof Taped Seams On Fly
- Zippered Powercord Access
Watch a Video on the Turbo Tent Range
Height of Ridge Pole in Back Room: 140cm
Packed Dimensions: 143x34x35cm
Poles: 25mm Aluminium
Fly Fabric: 150D Ripstop Polyurethane coated Polyester - 2000mm water head rating
Floor Fabric: 500D Polyester PU 5000mm
The Blackwolf Turbo Lite Plus 300 Tent is covered by the Blackwolf™ Limited Lifetime Manufacturer's Warranty
Reviews of BlackWolf Turbo Lite Plus 300 Tent
BlackWolf Turbo Lite Plus 300 Tent(4) By: Damien on 14 November 2016We have a habit of booking our camping adventures on weekend which just happen to have 'extreme' weather.. This weekend was no exception with gusts of 67 km/hr wind. Under this conditions this tent did not fare terribly, but it certainly wasn't pleasant. I don't think there would be too many tents of this size and price that fares much better. So please take my review with a grain of salt. With wind, the tent was very flappy and incredibly noisey particularly the outer sheet. Generally the build quality is very good although sad to report one of the guy lines on the front snapped during the night collapsing the front shelter (a poor stitch likely cause), this also had the nasty effect of bending the metal poles of the main room on one side due to the weight. Despite looking thick the poles are still a bit too easy to bend. I recognise the only solution there is thicker poles which would add a lot more weight -- and its already a pretty heavy bag when wrapped up. That said, the tent is very easy to put and up and down and we survived the conditions which is a plus. Our friends in the tent next to us had their main poles snap in the conditions and slept the night in the car.. My personal annoyance is that the inner separation wall is flimsy. I think it will only be time before the zip breaks. But not a big deal in the scheme of things. My recommendation, find a better weekend to go camping and have fun in this thing. Overall it performed reasonable commendably for whatever that is worth!
Tentworld ResponsePleased to hear you're happy with your new Turbo tent! They were definitely some extreme weather conditions! We have some friends who are thinking of offering a rain maker service for farmers. Wherever & whenever they go camping, heavy rain follows them! You're right - 60+kmph winds can be nerve racking in many houses so the tent did do well. A trick I sometimes like to employ when camping in heavy winds is to shift my car close to the tent and in the direction of the wind. This helps a lot. Flapping does often indicate that the guy ropes need tightening, but some of it will happen in very high wind conditions. Flapping can be very damaging to the tent, so its important to minimise this wherever possible. The poles are very strong, but yes in can be bent in extreme circumstances. Thankfully, a full suite of spare parts are available for turbos. So should you find yourself in extreme weather, it can be repaired. Happy Camping!