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Black Wolf

Turbo Air Plus Tent

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Sun: 9.30am - 2.30pm
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All air, no poles, the Black Wolf Turbo Air Plus Tent features Air Poles that make set up a breeze (pardon the pun) and set down even easier, in a compact and easy to handle package.

It takes just a few minutes with the included high volume air pump on a single valve and your Turbo Air Tent is ready to occupy, the only poles you will have to mess with are the three used to pitch the front awning. Pack up is even easier, deflate the poles, fold, roll and go!

Featuring a main 3x3 metre room and a separate bedroom at the rear, the Turbo Air Plus Tent is made to the quality we have come to expect from the Black Wolf Turbo Range and is a fast, easy and lightweight alternative to otherwise bulky family touring tents.

  • Sleeps up to 8
  • Air Tube Frame
  • 150D Polyester PU Fly Seam Sealed
  • 300D Oxford Polyester PU Floor Seam Sealed
  • Roof vents
  • Gusseted Side Windows
  • Double D Door
  • No-See-Um Mesh in windows and doors
  • Includes pump, pegs, poles and bag
  • Lifetime Warranty
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Sleeping Capacity:
8 Person
Recommended Capacity:
4 Person + Living Space
External Dimensions:
610L x 310W cm
Sleeping Area:
180L x 300W cm
Packed Dimensions:
104L x 38W x 36H cm
Max. Head Height:
210 cm
150D Polyester
Inner Material:
150D Polyester
Floor Material:
300D Polyester
Frame Material:
TPU Bladder
21 Kg
Limited Lifetime
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Feb 06 2018

What a tent!

This tent, to put simply, is great. While I pegged it out, my wife attached the pump and had the poles up in a matter of minutes. All in all, due to being windy and utilizing most of the guy ropes, the whole process took around 10 minutes. Also wanted to mention the benefits of the pack size considering the size of the tent. It packs down so well that we (me, wife & daughter) was able to pack this with all the other requirements in our Subaru Impreza for a weekend trip. In regards to the inside of the tent, what else can I say apart from soooo much space. Would recommend to anyone wanting a larger tent without all the hassle. Buy one. You wont regret it.

- Woodcroft, SA
May 11 2016

Easy does it

The tent was as easy to work with as advertised - maybe a couple of minutes pumping and up comes the 3 poles and there's the tent, ready for pegging . The reverse was just as simple- undo the valves on the tent air poles and about a minute later the tent is ready to fold into the decent sized bag


Waterproof?1 answer

Hi, wondering how waterproof this tent is? We’re looking to upgrade from our current one and it always seems to storm when we’re camping, we have needed a tarp over top for protection in the past but would prefer to save the extra items. Will the internal tent stay dry in summer storms?

- Grafton(4 weeks ago)

G'day Matt,

With a waterhead rating of 2000mm, the Black Wolf Turbo Air Plus Tent will most certainly keep you dry in most summer storms! It would need to be the sort of catastrophic weather you wouldn't be camping in anyway to spring a leak through your fly. 

- Snowys(3 weeks ago)

Electric Pupm1 answer

I was wondering if you could use an electric pump to inflate this tent. It's just that I will be most likely travelling by myself and I'm looking for something easy to put up. I already have the Black Wolf Turbo 450, but it's just a little to big for when I travel by myself.

- Canberra(1 month ago)

G'day Kristy,

We'd recommend using the pump that comes with the Black Wolf Turbo Air Plus Tent as it'll cut out without overinflating your poles. It's still relatively easy to inflate, even without using an electric pump. 

- Snowys(1 month ago)

Is the bag that the tent is packed in waterproof.1 answer

I am thinking of putting the tent on my roof racks and was wondering if the bag it comes in would keep it dry if it was raining?

- Osborne Park(7 months ago)

G'day Phil,

Unfortunately, the Black Wolf Turbo bags aren't waterproof. They are splash proof but I wouldn't rely on it to keep your tent dry when on the roof racks during rain.

- Snowys(7 months ago)

Sleeping area1 answer

Hi is the internal tent size (Sleeping Area: 660L x 300W cm) include the living area. Is there an internal?

- Albion Park(8 months ago)

G'day Darren, 

From having a look at those specs, they didn't seem quite right so I've just done a little digging and it looks like the dimensions for the sleeping area are wrong on our website - so I do apologise about that. I'll make sure those dimensions are updated to reflect the correct details. 

On the Black Wolf Website, it says that the main room of the Air Plus is 3 x 3m, while the separate bedroom at the back is 1.8 x 3m. 

If you have a look at the floor plan on the Black Wolf website here (3rd image on prod page), you'll be able to get a clear idea of the main room and bedroom set up. 

- Snowys(8 months ago)

Does this model include the new air tube design? 1 answer

A friend of mine bought this tent in 2015 and had an issue with the air pole/tubes deflating in 2016. Black Wolf replaced them with a new designed tube. Apparently the tube seams were faulty. This seems to have been an issue with the early tube designs across a number of the manufacturers. I want to confirm the model you are selling incorporates this new tube design please?

- 3440(10 months ago)

G'day Clint,

I can completely see where you are coming from - if I had a friend with that experience, then I would be asking the very same questions! 

The stock we have was received this year, so they are the latest model available from Black Wolf.

In the past I do believe that there was an issue with the poles, but we are 100% that this has been resolved by the supplier and the poles have been redesigned. The current models now use TPU poles which are extremely reliable. 

- Snowys(10 months ago)

What is the height of the 'bedroom' area?1 answer

- CARLISLE, WA(1 year ago)
G'day Andrew - I can't find that information online anywhere, or in the Black Wolf catalogue. I'll give the distributor a bell tomorrow if that's okay, and I'll see if I can get a definitive answer for you. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is the oxford polyester as good as the previous black wolf turbo tents?1 answer

Is the oxford polyester as good as the previous black wolf models?

- NARRE WARREN SOUTH, VIC(3 years ago)
Hi Simon, the quality of the fabrics has not changed, they are however lighter in weight. The floor is a 300 instead of 500 denier, and the fly material does not have a rip-stop feature. Basically, the quality is the same, but they are not as durable as the Turbo Lites, which in turn are not as durable as the Canvas models. Hope this helps.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

Can side panel accessories and extenda awnings be added to this tent?1 answer

- Brisbane(3 years ago)
Hi Robyn, at this stage there are no add-on accessories for the Turbo Air Tents, and we are not aware of any upcoming products at the time of wirting this response. If you want to utilise accessories for your Turbo Tent it would be best to purchase the traditional Canvas or Lite versions with aluminium frames. I hope this information is useful.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

Does this tent stand up to strong wind - and do you have layby? thanks1 answer

- BRISBANE CITY, QLD(3 years ago)
Hi Kylie, If the tent is pitched properly with all guy ropes out, the Turbo Air will perform as well as any tent of its size in strong winds. They are not specifically deisgned to perform in strong winds, the focus is more on quick pitch and liveability features, and in certain circumstances commonsense prevails and extra measures may need to be put in place if the weather gets really bad.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

Just wondering what the packed size is?1 answer

- Tumut, NSW(3 years ago)
Hi Jamie, 104L x 38W x 36H cm are the carton dimensions the tent is delivered in. This includes the packaging and would be a good indication of the maximum size most users would be able to roll the tent to after first use.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

What material is the Turbo Air made of?1 answer

Is it made from the same material as the turbo 300+, or the material of the lite?

- CALOUNDRA, QLD(3 years ago)
Hi Ron, The fly material is the same for both the Turbo Air and the Turbo Lite range, being a 150D polyester. The floor on the Turbo Air is a lighter weight 300D polyester rather than 500D polyester on the Turbo Lite tents.
- Snowys(3 years ago)

Is the fly incorporated into tent1 answer

- CALOUNDRA, QLD(3 years ago)
Hi Ron, thanks for your query. Yes the fly is included with the Turbo Air, and it remains attached to the air poles all the time utilising velcro tabs that wrap around the air pole. The fly can be removed if needed but it can also stay attached making this tent one of the fastest set up and pack down tents on the market for its size. This is a key feature over the original Turbo tent where the fly must be removed for pack down to minimise the risk of holes being created from the frame rubbing during transit.
- Snowys(3 years ago)
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