The six person Black Wolf Tanami Delta 6 Tent is a sturdy and functional dome tent suitable for campers looking for a bit more room.
The updated traverse brow pole creates a much larger interior and offers plenty of headroom, and the cross-dome frame adds strength during periods of high wind. The No-see-um mesh helps with ventilation, privacy and keeping out bugs, while the heat taped seams will prevent leakages so you can stay dry in adverse weather. The fly has a polyurethane coating on fly for added insulation and extra protection against wear and tear and is rated to 2000mm. The Tanami Delta also has 3 doors to make going in and out of the tent easy.
With handy features like a power inlet, large gear loft, gear hammock, and multiple stash pockets - this tent is super functional, making it easy to organise and store your gear. This tent can sleep up to 6 people, so it's a good option for a small family or group that also wants a little extra living space.
We are a family with 2 young children and researched
the available tents thoroughly before purchasing.
Being located in QLD, the Tanami Delta appealed due to
it's large screen windows and doors and the added ground
level ventilations this tent offers. We have used the tent and
can successfully fit 2 adults and 2 children comfortably in the sleeping area.
We utilised 2 king single size 4wd mats and 2 single bed mattresses,
sleeping 3 side by side and 1 along the bottom of these 3. There was still room,
to locate baggage within this area. The near straight walls of the tents allow maximum usage of the
sleeping area and a high roof height both in the sleeping area and annexe makes changing clothes an ease
. We utilised the side doors having half pegged
opened and the other half against the tent. It lightly rained the night we first
used the tent and with his door configuration, we still remained dry yet still
allowed good air flow. Easy to put up and comes with a good storage which is
reasonably compact considering the size of the tent. The zip able pockets to
store the guy ropes is a blessing in disguise.
Highly recommended this tent if your looking for a simple, roomy well featured dome
tent that is easily transported. If your not a hard core, 3 week outback adventure type,
this would be a great tent to cut your camping teeth on.
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The design is good, there is plenty of space,
BUT the canvas keeps tearing from tiny twigs falling over it. It happened 3 times within the 2 weeks I had it pitched. I was expecting a much more robust product... Quite disappointed!
G'day Patrick, I'm sorry to hear that your new tent has taken a hit - sounds like you've been pretty unlucky. If it helps, we do stock Seam Grip (https://www.snowys.com.au/seam-grip-sealer-adhesive) which would fill the hole nicely - or you could get a fly (https://www.snowys.com.au/camper-fly) for extra protection for your Tanami. Again, I'm sorry to hear about this and I too would expect this tent to easily handle a falling branch let alone a twig. I hope what I've suggested will help. Laine :)
Hi Ben, I’ve just checked this for you and it’s a feature from the now old version of the Tanami Delta 6. The 2016 version has swapped the bootsox for a gear loft for storage. Sorry we missed this detail, we’ll update this for everyone so there isn’t any more confusion.
Hi Imma, it can be hard to put an exact figure on how long it will take to set it up - it would depend on things like your camping experience, weather conditions, and how much help you have. As it’s a bigger tent you’ll need to give yourself 30-45 mins the first time you do it, but with a bit of practice (and some help!) you could get it down to 15-20.
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