The four-person Black Wolf Tanami Delta 4 tent is a sturdy and functional dome tent suitable for campers looking for a bit more room.
I already have Tanami 3, & decided to try Tanami 4 as it has higher headroom. Just as easy & quick to put up! Took 20 mins - & really happy with xtra headroom! I am 71 years old granni, & I luv this tent!!!
This tent is easy to setup and even in very strong winds, once we had everything setup and tensioned it was very stable. The selling point for us was the 3 doors and the built in floor at the front. There is plenty of room for our queen sized camping mat and our gear as well as us. On a very windy evening we put our camp chairs in the front as well. Highly recommend this tent.
Fantastic shot! Thanks for sharing Jennifer. Laine
Snowy''s were great. Even though we did a trial run at home, we managed to put the tent up very badly - despite that, it kept us dry in steady rain.
We have watched the video - highly recommend watching the Snowys video first.
So far so good, !
Great tent, sturdy and strong in the wind and nice and big for two people. Love the separate storage area and ground mat.
The pros: the tent layout is quite good and the vestibule is quite large. Its easy to set up and take down. Snowys is great to deal with Cons: one of the main cross poles broke our 3rd time setting it up. Contacted BlackWolf who said to contact Snowy's. Snowys was great, but Black Wolf would only commit to send us out a length of pipe that we would have to cut to fit. Snowys sent out cord on their own backs. The cord arrived but no pipe to speak of. So disappointed in Black Wolf. Our previous cheapie Coleman tent was far tougher and half the price.
As much as I enjoyed reading the bits about us (thank you btw), I'm sorry to hear that your new tent has a busted pole. This comes as a bit of a surprise as Black Wolf are known for their quality (which is how they can offer lifetime warranty).
I'm glad to hear that it's all sorted, but please get in contact with us if we can do anything else to help. Hopefully after a few more trips, you'll have a bit more faith in your new tent. Laine :)
We downsized from a family tent to two of these - one for us and one for the boys. So easy to put up - both in less time that the family tent. We camped over Easter in Southern NSW - the weather was perfect so I can't comment on it's waterproofness, but in everyway this met our expectations. The vestibule is huge, leaving plenty of space for our gear. Folding it back into its bag was easy too. If I was to change anything, it'd be the pegs - they're OK, but in hard ground they'd suffer.
We bought this after a lot research. We would use it primarily to go to festivals and the occasional weekend away. It needed to be big enough to sleep 2 comfortably, have space for luggage, be easy to setup while still being compact. We've used in some pretty heavy storms when a lot of people got soaked and we didn't get any leaks. On very windy conditions you must setup all the extra ropes. Great air circulation. We have returned our tent after a year of usage as we realised the internal pockets were inside/out and the front poles broke. Snowys replaced the tent without any fuss and provided the best customer service we have seen in a long time. We got a new tent and they got 2 customers for life. Thanks Snowys! Pic was taken in Noosa North Shore in our last roadtrip :)
Love the set up Camila - looks great! Laine 😊
We have just returned from 2 weeks at Cape Range Exmouth
The tent went well apart from in high winds- like most domes
Easy to set up , this was by my 11 and 14 year olds
Really airy and spacious
Not great in wind, they managed to break the front pole - I think this was more user error but I need to replace
The spreader bar in the main tent seems to affect the side entrance zips, I am not sure if this was set up issue
Overall a great tent
This tent was really easy to set. I sat back and watched my two teenage girls set it up!!! So was it easy you ask...Hell yeah!!
Is this tent on clearance because there is an updated model being released?
The Black Wolf Tanami Delta 4 Tent has been discontinued by Black Wolf. We're expecting some new release tents later in the year but we're not entirely sure on any of the details yet. There might be another Tanami or they could go down a different line and change it slightly with a different name. Hopefully, details will come out soon.
Hi there, I have seen a few reviews where the poles have been mentioned as a problem and break easily. I am wondering if comparative to other brands/models this happens more frequently with the Tanami Delta 4? IE, have you had an unusual number of returns due to broken poles? Have Black Wolf been helpful in resolving problems.
Unfortunately, broken poles are challenges for most people with dome tents, but I'm not sure that the issue is any more significant for the Black Wolf range in comparison to others. The Black Wolf Tanami range is very popular so the chances of hearing about broken poles more often are not uncommon due to the volume of tents purchased.
In most instances, broken poles are caused by user error or natural causes when they're unaware of the potential damage they're creating. Avoiding forcing poles, ensuring the tent is pegged out, take tension in the guy ropes and cleaning the connections are all steps to help prevent breakage. There are some other times, however, when manufacturing has gone a little wrong.
I mention this as Black Wolf (and every other tent supplier) only replace broken poles for manufacturing faults, not for when they are damaged due to natural causes (eg. wind) or user error (eg. incorrect use). We find Black Wolf incredibly helpful to deal with and we are more than happy to represent you on any potential warranty issue if it arises. We also look to assist as much as we can when the issue is outside a warranty with getting your pole fixed through spare parts etc.
What is the difference between the Tanami Delta 4 and the Tanami Delta 4EV? I cannot seem to find any answers on the internet.
The Black Wolf Tanami Delta 4EV is just an older model of the Black Wolf Tanami Delta 4. The differences are minimal with the most noticeable being the cross pole through the main body of the tent.
Might need to look into this pls guys. Thanks
Well spotted, it appears we may have that one wrong! We'll have a look and make the necessary correction. Sorry if this has caused you any inconvenience Ryan.
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A geodesic frame means that the tent has more than two poles which cross over multiple times, which adds to the stability of the tent's structure.
If you have a look at the second image linked on the product page you can see that the Black Wolf Tanami Delta 4 has just two poles that cross over, so it's not considered a geodesic tent.
hi, i am interested in buying this tent and noticed the roman 4vd is similar in price. is there any reason/s why one is particularly better than the other? i like the window configuration of the black wolf but is the quality of the roman better?
That is, is the front room attached to the walls or are there gaps between the walls of the tent and the floor. Worried about flooding in times of rain.
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