All air, no poles, the Black Wolf Turbo Air Tent features Air Poles that make set up a breeze (pardon the pun) and set down even easier, with a pack size that fits easily into your vehicle.
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!
Made to the quality we have come to expect from the Black Wolf Turbo Range, the Turbo Air Tent is a fast, easy and lightweight alternative to otherwise bulky touring tents and is perfect for a weekend getaway or touring couple.
Excellent. So easy and quick to put up. Our friends with "traditional" tents were still struggling while we were having coffee and admiring the scenery. Pump system works well and is not arduous. Good quality build and very spacious for two. Slower to take down and pack, but far outweighed by speed of erection. Thoroughly recommeded. Photo attached at Yadborough in the Budawangs.
Have been camping with this tent for almost a month and it's simple to erect and pack up. The air does need to be topped up every 3 days or so to keep the air poles up in windy and heavy rain conditions. Overall a good buy for a family of 4 with enough space for 2 queen air beds, clothes and the ability to stand upright in the middle. Ma
Set up in no time, Massive tent with heaps of head room.
Great over size bag to get it back into.
Hi, I would like to buy this tent and would need a tarp along with it. Is there any specific one / size you could recommend?
G’day Farhan, I’ve had a gander at our tarp range, and the size that would best fit the Black Wolf Turbo Air Twin Tent is the Kookaburra Dura Green Heavy Duty Tarp 16 x 20 ft/ 4.88 x 6.1m size (Snowys code: 46665). The Kookaburra tarp is a great all-rounder tarp that will give you a little bit of space around the outside of the tent, so you should have pretty thorough protection when used with the Turbo.
The pipe connecting the pump to the pole air inlets has been damaged and comes loose when pumping. Can this be replaced on its own?
Hi, How well will it stay up and straight in wind? Are the air poles as good as metal/Alu' frame? At the moment I have the Coleman instant up (8p) and just open and secure the floor with no ropes.... Thanks
I had an old turbo which had two pole setups at either end to support the side rooms. I was wondering if these are now air poles.
Hi Ben, What's the head night in the side rooms?
We have just bought the Turbo Air Twin from you, do you know why Black Wolf have excluded the Zippered Power Inlet from this model? I have just checked the Turbo Twin which is vertically the same tent and it is included.
Well that's just plain silly by BW!
Just asking as it makes a big difference for winter camping.
Is there much ventilation between the fly and the tent body given that these use air poles? Would this tent be more prone to condensation than a normal turbo tent?
Blackwolf rep told me the room divider is a curtain that isn't connected to the floor however the photo shows what looks to be a zippered door. I think she was confused between the Plus and the Twin. Can you confirm which is correct?
Also extremely interested in this. Tossing up between the air and the equivalent pole tent. I like the air concept but being stuck in the bush with a punctured bladder that can't be patched and not a replacement air pole in sight. Is there any update to this query ?
With very little pics it is hard to gauge the design differences of this model.
Just wondering if the pump used for the Black Wolf Air tents, can also be used for airbeds/mattresses? Looking to buy a couple of Coleman airbeds too.
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