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Turbo 300 Tent

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The Black Wolf Turbo 300 Tent is one of the Black Wolf range of original Quick Pitch Tents that have become the benchmark in tourer tents. Super fast and easy to erect they’re ideal for extended touring trips when you’re on the move. With various sizes and configurations available in both ‘heavy duty’ and ‘lite’ material, the Black Wolf Turbo Tents are unique in their class.

The Black Wolf Turbo 300 Tent features:

• Size: The 300cm square floor comfortably sleeps five people. Other sizes available are the smaller 210 (sleeps three people), and 240 (sleeps four people) all with a comfortable 210cm height.
• Awning: The new 3 pole awning not only handles all weather conditions but provides extra undercover space where you need it. Optional side and front panels enclose this area for even more living space.
• Fly Material: The fly which comes standard, is made from tough and durable Heavy Duty Ripstop Polycotton designed to withstand rough treatment amid the toughest Australian conditions.
• Floor: The bucket shaped Heavy Duty PVC floor is strong and hard wearing for years of reliable use.
• Strong: The frame and poles are all of strong, lightweight and durable 25mm diameter aluminium.
• Excellent Ventilation: A large front door, roof vents and large gusseted side windows provide for plenty of airflow and ventilation.
• Waterproof: The seams of the fly and floor are waterproof-taped to prevent leakages and keep you dry. 
• Insect protection: The doors and windows are fitted with zippered fibreglass mesh to keep out flying insects.
• Compact when packed: Will fit into the back of most 4WDs and doesn’t have to be carried on roof racks.
• Extras touches: Zippered guy rope stow pockets to keep guy ropes tidy; a zippered power inlet with retainer tabs.
• Lifetime warranty: Black Wolf are constantly improving and innovating their products. The Turbo Tent range is a perfect example of the company’s commitment to best-in-class quality and performance.

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Sleeping Capacity:
5 Person
Recommended Capacity:
3 Person
External Dimensions:
490L x 310W x 210H cm
Sleeping Area:
300L x 300W cm
Packed Dimensions:
143L x 35W x 34H cm
Max. Head Height:
200 cm
Ripstop Polycotton
Inner Material:
Ripstop Polycotton
Floor Material:
Frame Material:
25mm Aluminium
26 Kg
Limited Lifetime

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Mar 17 2016

easy setup

Really great tent. Will be using a silicon based treatment on the zipper at the front. Not because there is a problem, but because in time, I think it will benefit the length of life of the zipper. It will make it easier to open & close as well. Buying off Snowy's was great. Delivery was super quick!

- Echuca
Feb 20 2016

Great Purchase

The turbo 300 is a very well constructed tent, easy to put up and take down (follow the instructions) and roomy for two adults and camping gear.


Another company are selling a 2017 model is this the same?4 answers

Taken from their website"The all new and improved 2017 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.

- MARMION, WA(1 year ago)

The 2017 model isn't actually available yet Katie, the Turbo Tents we currently have are the same models that we have confidently sold thousands of over the last few years. I am yet to get a firm date from Black Wolf on when to expect these, but it should be later this year. Change isn't always a good thing for everybody, so I am going to put some information on our website today to decipher just what these updates are so our customers can decide whether it is worth waiting and paying a higher price, or taking advantage on the amazing deals we have on the current models. Keep an eye on the Turbo's on our site for this information later today.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Ben - Where will it be - not sure if its there and I've missed it or not there yet...

- , (1 year ago)

Sorry about the delay here Katie, it took us a little longer then expected to get the content together. You can see it on our product pages now, I'll also flick you the link in an email. Let us know if you have any further queries.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Doesnt look like much is changing with the 2017 model. Can't believe Snowys prices so cheap!

- Fitzroy Vic(1 year ago)

Using turbo series with ou tthe fly1 answer

HI, can the tent be used without the fly\canopy specifically in the rain. I would like to use it as a overnight stay and simple put up the base tent. Also does the canvas tent need seasoning, like the old style canvas tents.

- CHARLESTOWN, NSW(1 year ago)

G’day Joe, the inner tent and fly of the Black Wolf Turbo 300 are made from the same PU coated waterproof canvas that does not need to be seasoned - but it won’t hurt to hose it down before use. The inner is not waterproof, but it will offer some water protection. The Black Wolf Turbo 300 is not designed to be used without the fly in the rain as the guy ropes are attached to the fly. Using the fly and guy ropes will ensure maximum stability in adverse weather, which will reduce the risk of any damage.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Why are the turbo tents advertised as touring tents and not the dome tents?1 answer

I like the simplicity of the dome tents, and the smaller parcel compared to the turbo tents. Do you think a dome tent could be a good option for touring and setting up every second or third night? The dome tent parcel is easir to fit in the car.

- wa(1 year ago)

The turbos are advertised as touring tents Imma, because they are designed to be put up and taken down every day. We don’t advertise dome tents under that category because they are not specifically designed for busy touring schedules. A dome tent could most definitely be taken down and set up every second or third night – but it would just take you longer to do so because they have more parts that need to be threaded through and tied down etc.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

how long would this tent take to set up? 1 answer

Somebody told me the inner frame is quick to set up but the outside fliyer takes much longer.

- farre(1 year ago)

Hi Imma, that is more or less correct. The Turbo is designed to be quick and easy to put up – the frame is connected to the tent and it’s simply a matter if laying it out, extending the legs and pushing the hub up. The fly will take you a little longer because you have to get the fly securely over the tent, set up the awning poles and secure the guy ropes and then velcro the fly to the frame. All in all if you give it a go before you use it properly you could get it up in 20 mins or so depending on your skill level.

- Snowys(1 year ago)

Why would you choose the Turbo 300 over the Turbo 300 Lite1 answer

Are there any differences in durability between the two? What's the key difference between the floor materials - pros/cons

- 5261(2 years ago)
It comes down to durability and weight Bec. The canvas material more durable, and these models come with a heavy duty PVC floor, they are also cooler in warm weather. That being said, the Lite materials are by no means fragile, and the key benefit of the Lite models is the weight and pack size being less, so they are easier to handle and transport. If you are pretty rough with your gear and have plenty of room on your vehicle, go for the canvas model.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

Size of the bag1 answer

I am interested in buying the black wolf turbo 300 and a couple of side panels, but am worried how it would all pack up. Do you think it would fit in its bag along with the two side panels?

- ABBEY, WA(2 years ago)
No worries at all Mike, one of our staff members packs his larger Turbo 450 tent, two side panels and a front panel into the bag supplied with the tent, so you won't have any problems fitting the side panels in with a Turbo 300. The neater you roll the tent, the easier it is to fit back into the bag.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

Where can I buy Black Wolf tents in Germany ?1 answer

- Bavaria/Germany(3 years ago)
Hi Klaus, I don't think you can get them in Germany. The brand is Australian, and distribution is currently in Australia and New Zealand. Sorry I can't help you.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

warranty1 answer

is warranty transferable to me if I buy it second hand from someone?

- Flynn(3 years ago)
Hi Stephen, unfortunately the warranty only covers the original purchaser. Proof of purchase would be required for a claim also.
- Snowys(3 years ago)
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