For the couple on the move, the Black Wolf Turbo 210 will be ready to settle down in quick smart and will be durable enough to withstand the harsh conditions on an extended touring trip.
This newly updated range has tape sealed seams where the floor and tent wall meet, and the fly has wider corners to guard against water leakage. The siliconised polyester floor is easy to roll which makes this tent even simpler to set up and more importantly - pack up. And with extra reinforcing along the roof poles, your turbo will have added sturdiness in windy conditions.
The three-pole awning can be turned into an extended living area with optional panels, or it can be sectioned off with an optional screen room for a fully enclosed space. The PVC storm flaps at the bottom of the optional front and side panels will help keep your awning dry in wet weather, and the zips and Velcro on the panels attach to the fly to allow for tape sealing for added water protection.
The Turbo range from Black Wolf is known for its durability, and ease of setup so it’s the perfect range for a fuss and stress-free camping experience.
Snowys Website says they fit either side yes they do but if you wanrt to open them one will open front to the rear and the other opens from the rear to the front they should be made left or right Ken.
I'm not quite sure what you mean here sorry Ken, as far as I am aware they are symmetrical. Please give us a call if you want to talk this through. Sorry, they haven't lived up to your expectations. ~ Ben
Compared To oztent a nightmare to put up sides sag when panels attached front gable held up by ropes 39 velcro strips need attaching when sides and front attached front panel cut wrong fly faulty cut wrong where side panels connect to fly at bottom this is the so called improved model . made in Taiwan factory or back street . Also i had to pay for the return for credit. How about getting Blackwolf to send me back the $40.00 after all it is there problem not Snowys. I have always purchased from snowys and never had a problem until this rubbish arrived. Ken
Sorry to hear you had a bad experience with your Turbo Tent Ken, this isn't in line with the experience of others. I assume you have been in touch with our customer service or warranties department if you have returned the item. I assume they tried to set things straight for you?? Please don't hesitate to call if you would like to discuss this further, it may be worth us knowing about the issues if you haven't already passed this on. ~ Ben
Though I haven't actually fully erected this tent I did erect the inner tent in the backyard. At over 20 kgs its duffel bag is heavy and cumbersome to carry any distance. I had trouble getting it out of the bag without damaging the bags zippers and though the bad could've been just a few centimetres longer or the zippers extend over the edge of the bag thus giving a much larger opening. It's a hard tent to wrestle out of the bag though once the ties are all undone this baby just pops up within one minute and is so easy to erect for one person. I am travelling alone and am aged 68 and was happy with it. I didn't want to go to the trouble of installing the fly cover but envisage no problelms with that. Breaking the tent down took me several minutes and was much harder work than the erection. As it seems with all camping gear it didn't quite fold down into the same size as it was before erection and therefore I had a more difficult time wrestling it back into its bag. This put more strain on the zippers as I heaved and pushed. It did go back in eventually but I was sweating a bit afterwards. The tent itself appears to be of good quality materials and workmanship and from my little test of it I feel confident it will give me good service, other than the times I have to break it down and pack it away. Will have to eat my WheatBix on that morning I think. I gave it 4 out of 5 because I don't know what problems/ease I might have had erecting the fly covering. I'd also bought the front and side panels but didn't install them and so don't know how they would have worked but I have confidence they would be satisfactory. As usual the Snowy's despatch team are second to none and the goods arrive much quicker than I expected. Snowy's is my first stop camping/outdoors shop and they usually come up with the goods.
Thanks for the Kudos Eddie. Rest assured setting up and packing away of the Turbo tents gets easier the more you practice it. It will certainly give you years of service, especially given you purchased the canvas version. I think you've made a great choice for solo travel. Happy Camping ~ Ben.
Is it possible to get (or purchase separately) the polyester fly from the 210 lite for the 210 turbo to make it more waterproof?? Cheers Mark
I've just had a chat with our warranties and spare parts department, and unfortunately, the fly for both the lite and canvas model turbo tents are not available as an off the shelf/separate item. Sorry, we couldn't be of more help there, Mark.
How heavy is the turbo lite 270
There isn't a Black Wolf Turbo Lite 270 model, sorry! Are you referring to another tent?
However, if you're after weights for all our tents, you can find them listed in the specifications column to the right of the web page, below the image.
Just wondering what year model is this? Just noticed that anaconda has 2013 model for $775 https://www.anacondastores.com/camping-hiking/tents/camping-tents/blackwolf-turbo-210-tent-2013-model/p/BP90037815
This is the current model which was released towards the end of 2016.
There were numerous upgrades made including tape sealed seams where the floor and tent wall meet, the fly has wider corners to guard against water leakage, a new Siliconised Polyester floor which is easier to roll and extra reinforcing along the roof poles.
Thank you for your prompt reply Ben. I would like to also ask how these Black Wolf Turbo tents handle string wind conditions? Looking at the awning I would think that any strong gust of wind would just lift the awning and took the tent with it. It could help to get all the panels to create the verandah which should be that much of a problem. Any thoughts on this? We are going to camp to a desert where supposedly quite strong winds can come from every direction so we are tryin to minimise tent failure :D Thank you heaps for all your time.
You're spot on in that one of the big benefits of both Black Wolf Turbo Side and Front Panels is that they offer protection from the elements, so considering this and your circumstances, I would recommend them.
In terms of how the Black Wolf Turbo Tent handles the wind, while no tent is indestructible, this range of tent performs very well. The Turbo Frame is quite strong and it's design and structure offers a great amount of durability. The critical thing with the awning is to ensure that poles are secured in place and that the awning itself has the guy ropes attached, tightened and pegged well.
I can't stress enough however that no tent is indestructible (although the Turbo Tent comes close), that weather damage isn't covered by warranty and it's always beneficial that you remain responsive to the conditions as necessary.
Can you use the front and side panels listed for the turbo 240 on the turbo 210
Hi John, the Turbo side panels are "one size fits all" but the front panels are sized to fit each tent, so you couldn't use a 240 front panel on a Turbo 210. We do have the 210 front panels in the lite material but not in the canvas, I'm not sure why! We'll have to get on to Black Wolf tomorrow and see if we can find out about the 210 canvas front panel.
I've just spoken with Black Wolf, and they've said that they don't make a front panel in the canvas for the 210 Turbo Tent, so it's only available in the Lite version for that model.
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