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Join In the Trade-In Program for OBSBOT Tiny 2

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Tiny 2 trade-in program

What is the OBSBOT Trade-In Program

We are excited to announce the launch of our latest flagship webcam product - the OBSBOT Tiny 2. This cutting-edge PTZ 4K webcam is powered by AI technology and boasts top-of-the-line hardware to provide users with the ultimate webcam experience.

To ensure that everyone can benefit from the advanced features of the OBSBOT Tiny 2, we have initiated the OBSBOT Trade-in Program. This program allows you to trade in your old webcam for a coupon that can be redeemed for up to $100 off the purchase of the OBSBOT Tiny 2, depending on the webcam you trade-in.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to upgrade to the best webcam on the market. Take advantage of the OBSBOT Trade-in Program today and experience the future of video conferencing and live streaming.

Details of the Trade-In Program

You can now trade in your old webcam for a brand new OBSBOT Tiny 2. Here are the simple steps to follow:

Step 1: Pre-order your OBSBOT Tiny 2. Click here to place your order.

Step 2: Head to our trade-in website to evaluate the value of your old webcam. Don't forget to follow the instructions to get a coupon! (You can access the website here.)

Step 3: Use the coupon you received in Step 1 & 2 to get a discount when paying for the balance of orders.

Step 4: We will begin shipping the OBSBOT Tiny 2 on June 7th. You can expect to receive your package soon after.

Step 5: When you receive your OBSBOT Tiny 2, please send back your old webcam to us. We will cover the shipping fees.

Please note that the Trade-In program is currently only available in the USA and Europe.

We hope you'll take advantage of this great opportunity and upgrade to a brand new OBSBOT Tiny 2!


Founded in 2016, OBSBOT is an innovative imaging technology and hardware brand dedicated to using new technologies such as AI to inject new vitality into the videography market.

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