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Black Wolf

Turbo Plus 300 Tent

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The Black Wolf Turbo Plus 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 Plus 300 Tent features:

• More Space: In addition to the 300cm square floor of the Turbo 300, the Turbo 300 Plus has an additional 180cm floor space for storage or extra sleeping area. A curtain divider allows the extra space to be divided off but can be rolled away to the sides to give one big open area.
• 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 with 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 while a new curved supporting rear horizontal pole provides improved rain run-off and shedding. 
• 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.
• Accessories/Options Available: To extend your living space team up your Turbo 300 Plus with a Turbo Lite Basecamp Plus Fly 300.
• 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:
8 Person
Recommended Capacity:
3 Person + Living
External Dimensions:
670L x 310W x 210H cm
Sleeping Area:
480L x 300W cm
Packed Dimensions:
145L x 38W x 40H cm
Max. Head Height:
200 cm
Ripstop Polycotton
Inner Material:
Ripstop Polycotton
Floor Material:
Frame Material:
25mm Aluminium
35 Kg
Limited Lifetime

Is this the latest 2017 model?3 answers

Hi, I'm wondering if you sell the 2017 updated Black Wolf Turbo 300 Plus with the latest updates including the new Tape sealing on all seams on front and side panels Turbo (canvas) upgrade to floor material, PVC replaced with 600D Siliconised Polyester PU? Regards Mick

- LEICHHARDT, NSW(5 months ago)

G’day Mick, All Black Wolf Turbos on our website as of today (18 Sept 2016) are the current 2016 models. These models have been the most successful of all Turbos that we have sold – we love them! There is a more expensive, updated range including the model you enquired about coming out later this year. Among the tweaks and updates Black Wolf has made include some extra tape sealing, fly reinforcement and a redesign of storm flaps. Off-setting these updates is the down-speccing on canvas models of the Heavy Duty PVC floor with 600D Siliconised Polyester PU. You’ll notice that our 2016 models are at ripping prices right now and are selling really well. They represent great value for money when compared to the more expensive updated range due out later this year.

- Snowys(5 months ago)

Hi, so are you saying the newer 2017 model is down speccing the floor by going from 500D Heavy Duty PVC to 600D Siliconised Polyester UV? I'm not sure what the difference between the two materials is, could you explain? Thanx!

- LEICHHARDT, NSW(5 months ago)

G'day Mick, I'll assume you've seen the details we wrote up on the differences between the two versions of the Turbo Tents, if not you can access the article via the link at the bottom of each Turbo Tent product page. I'm not sure where you got the 500D from, but the floor on the current canvas models is like the material used for large banners/signs, it has a heavy duty fabric coated in a flexible plastic/rubber type material (PVC), it's super durable but can make the tent difficult to roll up into the bag. The new floor if a 600D Siliconised Polyester, which is basically a heavier duty version of the tent fly, and is a little heavier than the floor in the Lite models. It's still durable, and can make the tent easier to roll up and more compact in its bag. So it's a down spec in our eyes, but comes with both advantages and disadvantages. Hope this clears things up for you.

- Snowys(5 months ago)

What are the room sizes?1 answers

- VERMONT SOUTH, VIC(6 months ago)

Hi Brian! The main room of the tent is 3 x 3m, and the additional room is 1.8 x 3m. You can use the built in divider to separate the two rooms, or you can roll away the divider to have one big room.

- Snowys(6 months ago)

Are the screens midgee proof1 answers

- BRISBANE CITY, QLD(6 months ago)

G’day Mick, the Black Wolf Turbo Plus 300 has zippered fibreglass mesh on the windows and doors which will keep out flying insects. Just be careful not to let them in when you open the door!

- Snowys(6 months ago)

What are the room sizes?1 answers

- VERMONT SOUTH, VIC(6 months ago)

G’day Brian, the Black Wolf Turbo Plus 300 can be divided by a curtain into two spaces, the first measures 3 x 3m and the second measures 1.8 x 3m.

- Snowys(6 months ago)

Wet conditions1 answers

Does this tent need to be seasoned?

- MELBOURNE, VIC(7 months ago)

Hi Jessica, you don’t need to season it because the fabric has a waterproof PU coating however, it won’t hurt to hose it down before first use. You will still need to make sure you use it with the fly and all the guy ropes pegged for maximum protection in wet weather.

- Snowys(7 months ago)

What is the awning size of this tent?1 answers

- COMO, NSW(10 months ago)
G'day Kirsty - Good question. We'll have to see about including this information on the product pages. The awning is about: 1.8D x 3/2.5W x 2.1/1.6H metres. (You'll see there are two 'heights' (and widths). That's to take into account that the awning is higher in the middle than on the sides.) Hope that helps. Cheers, Paul
- Snowys(10 months ago)

Does this come with all the pegs/rope to keep the tent in place and upright?1 answers

- SYDNEY, NSW(11 months ago)
Hey Tom, everything is included so you can use the tent in full right out of the box. The only things you may want to add are any Black Wolf Turbo Accessories such as side walls, and possibly some sand begs if you intent on using the tent on particularly soft ground.
- Snowys(11 months ago)

Is the bag waterproof?1 answers

I'm thinking of carrying this tent on my roof racks. Is the carry bag waterproof, or will extra protection for the carry bag be needed?

- Melbourne (12 months ago)
G'day Dan! It's a good quality bag, but it's not fully waterproof. It will be water-resistant to some extent and would be ok in a light shower, but if you're carrying the tent on the roof racks and it looks like rain you'll need to cover it with a tarp or similar.
- Snowys(12 months ago)

Black Wolf Turbo Plus 300 tent (Latest Model)1 answers

Hi there, I have been searching for a good tent on the net & decided on this Black Wolf Turbo Plus 300 tent. Before making my purchase on Snowys store, something threw me off. Another shop is listing their Black Wolf Turbo Plus 300 tent to be the 'Latest Model'. This may sound silly to some ppl, but I am just curious as to the Snowys stock is the latest? Or would you say that all Black Wolf Turbo Plus 300 tents are all the latest model, maybe a manufactured date is important? Thanking you.

- Perth WA(1 year ago)
Sounds like a fair question to me Raymond. Black Wolf made some updates to their tents back in 2014 from memory, in particular an upgrade to the 3 pole awning. All of our Turbo Tents are latest model products, we order stock monthly and we are not aware of any further upgrades since then.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is there any guarantee on this make?1 answers

- Edgewater(1 year ago)
All Black Wolf products come with a Limited Lifetime Warranty Gwen, this means any manufacturing faults with their products are covered for the life of the product. If you are unfortunate enough to have a problem with a Black Wolf product purchased from us you can get in touch with us and we will follow things up for you.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

If I placed the tent and flysheet in separate carry bags what would be their respective weights?1 answers

my wife and I are homing in on our preferred tent, either the BW Turbo 300 plus or the Jet Tent F30X. Poly Cotton canvas is our preferred material. We are over 70 - still pretty active and long ago campers in the UK and Europe. However, we trialled carrying 300 plus and had real difficulty, hence my question. We want the larger version of the preferred tents to take grandchildren on weekend trips.

- ST IVES, NSW(1 year ago)
Hi John, I will start by mentioning that as far as we are aware, the Jet Tent F30X is no longer available. Please let me know if I am mistaken here. It will be a bit of an undertaking for me to separate the fly and tent of a Turbo 300 Plus. I would estimate the tent (inner) to make up 60-70% of the 30 kg total tent weight. Pegs and awning poles make up about 4-5 kg of this, and I was able to weigh a Turbo Plus 240 fly which came in at 5.3 kg, so I estimate about 6 kg for a 300 Plus. By the time you take out the weight of the carry bag and other loose ends, you are looking at about 18 kg for the inner tent and frame. I hope this information helps with your decision, give us a call on 1300 914 007 if you would like to discuss this in more detail.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is this tent suitable for a permanent room??1 answers

I was wondering if this tent would be suitable for a permanent bedroom.

- KINGSCOTE, SA(1 year ago)
Hi Seth, we don't recommend any tents be used as permanent structures. Should you decide to use any tent in a permanent manner, you will shorten the life expectancy considerably simply because of excessive UV and weather damage.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Is my tent missing a clip on the fly sheet?1 answers

I have recently bought the turbo plus 300. When assembling it for the first time it does not have a black clip on the fly/cover to attach at the back of the extension. The main frame cover has one to join onto and that suggests that it has just been left off. It has 2 black loops for a peg instead which doesn't seem right. Is this correct??

- joondalup(1 year ago)
Hi Brian, there is nothing missing from your tent, the fly is not designed to clip into the inner tent at the end of the extended room. The female clip you see actually meets up with a male clip up near the wall/roof intersection of the main room. It clips the fabric of the extended room up against the main tent to make it easier to fold up. Give us a call if this does not make sense and we can further explain it to you.
- Snowys(1 year ago)

Perfomance in bad weather.1 answers

How well do Turbo tents perform in wet and windy weather?

- HALLETT COVE, SA(2 years ago)
Hi Simon, Turbo Tents are very reliable in bad weather. Make sure you pitch your Turbo Tent in full including all poles, fly and guy ropes to maximise structural integrity and weather protection in all conditions.
- Snowys(2 years ago)

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