If you’d like your family’s outdoors experience to be a little more on the luxurious end of the spectrum, then you can’t go past the Turbo Lite Twin 300 for spaciousness and comfort. Over the years the Turbo range has proved its worth by sticking around season after season while retaining the quality construction that Black Wolf is known for.
This newly updated range has tape sealed seams where the floor and tent wall meets, and the fly has wider corners to guard against water leakage. In windy conditions the extra reinforcing along the roof poles, and the stronger mesh on the windows and doors will add to the robustness of this tent.
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 added 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 larger of the two in the Turbo Lite Twin range, the 300 has a central room, with two added to the side that can be closed off for privacy, or left open to create on central living space. The back door also can be opened as a basic two pole awning or closed for privacy. So if you’ve got a massive group to shelter who like their creature comforts, the Turbo Lite Twin 300 will have you covered.
We’ve used this twice now. Easy to set up, and pack up. The second time we used it was during some reasonably consistent rain and heavy wind. The tent withstood both very well. With 5 sleeping in the tent, condensation buildup on the inside can be a problem, but the use of the top and side vents solved this. We use this with the dividing walls open, so we can fit 3 x stretcher beds and a queen sized air bed. This still allows plenty of open floor space.
Excellent tent and build quality is very good. The awning is not worth anything really and you need to look at adding some other shelter options in front of the awning.
First camping trip with new tenant and 2nd night had 140mm of rain and 70km winds. No leaks in the tent. Had a creek start to run under one end from surface water but that just issue at national park camp site, diverted with trench and avoided getting wet from underneath. Great 3 spaces for our two adults and three kids. Awning a good size to transition in and out and keep try.
TURBO LITE TWIN 300
For the Black Wolf Turbo Lite Twin 300, the side rooms are 180 x 300 cm and the middle room is 300 x 300 cm. The maximum head height is 210cm.
Just wanting to know if this is a instant up type?
Every Turbo tent in the Black Wolf range is considered an 'instant up'. They take between 3-5 minutes to erect.
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