The Black Wolf Turbo Lite 210 is perfect for a couple who want a reputable quick pitch tent that is both easy to handle, and takes up minimal vehicle space.
Now featuring a 3 pole awning, the Turbo Lite 210 is the most compact and lightweight in the Turbo Tent range, with the benefit of being able to expand your living space by enclosing the awning with the optional addition of side and front walls.
Made with durable 150D Ripstop Polyester and a 500D Polyester floor, the Turbo Lite 210 facilitates exceptional ventilation through two side windows, a double front door and vents in the roof, and is a fantastic balance of weight, durability and ease of use for the touring couple.
Top Tent and Top Service! Good one Snowys.. :-)
I'm a single mum and wanted to take my two boys 8 & 10 camping, best investment, easy to use kept us comfortable and dry and quick to pack up before the rain set in. I'd highly
Recommend it for any short term camping.
We purchased the Turbo Lite 210 for two weeks camping at Steep Point WA.
We are happy with the tent. It is very easy to set up, water proof and is just the right size for two of us. However, we found the awning made flapping noise even with gentle wind. I wander if the canvas awning would be less noisy?
Replaced my turbo lite 240 twin with thiis. I use it mainly by myself with no problem . Set up is quick and easy and packs away into its bag with room to spare. First time used was in heavy rain. No leaks and verandah is big enough to provide adequate shelter. It has a very solid feel to it from the fabric weight to the alloy adjustable poles. Very happy with my purchase.
is it possible for one person only to erect the tent
It is definitely possible for one person to set up this tent, but it is always easier if you have someone to give you a hand. This tent is actually fairly easy to set up, and we've had positive feedback from other customers on pitching it with just one person.
The short version on how to pitch it is: unroll the tent, straighten the legs to lock the knuckles into place, step inside the tent and push the centre hub up to lock it into place, then lay the fly over and add the awning poles, and peg out the guy ropes.
Emily's reply is spot on.
I like the look of this tent, but the maximum boot width on our (smallish) car is 103cm. Considering the packed length specified (108cm) it sounds like it won't fit in our car. Is the packed size accurate, and if so, is there perhaps a way to pack it down smaller so it would fit in our car?
Is this price for the tent and the awning? Does it come as pictured with both tent and awning verandah as the advert stated it came with the 3 poles for the awning
How come you have got all size in mm then for packed size is in cm what is it in mm thank you
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