Ever since her rise to stardom following her appearance in Clone Wars, R2-KT has come into high demand. Not only is she a beloved part of the Star Wars universe, she's become a symbol unto herself! Fans and children meeting her have expressed the joy and inspiration they've felt in making contact with the legacy she represents.
The only problem: R2-KT can only be in one place at a time.
Petitions began to come in asking to make duplicate models of R2-KT: two-legged stationary, three-legged moving, stationary statues, etc. After much consideration, we decided we couldn't keep such a positive symbol from being available to Star Wars fans around the world. So we adopted the R2-KT Ambassador Program. If you are interested in building a full-size replica of R2-KT, please contact us at
So while there is the one and original R2-KT, there is plenty of room for her to have sisters. We only ask that you allow us to register your KT so the world can know she's part of the team.
Builder: Norwich Star Wars Club
R2-KT ambassadroid 1 is a stationary two-legged display unit.
Builder: Eric Santos
Eric converted a stationary statue of R2-KT into a light-up prop and drivable prop. The make is based on the animated Clone Wars version of R2-KT. R2-KT(2) operates in Puerto Rico.
Builder: Andoni Serrano
Andoni is a trooper with the Spanish Garrison whose family has struggled with cancer. He built this three-leg mobile KT unit to help with their charity efforts.
Builder: Dave Petty
Dave Petty is a longtime friend of the family and wanted to take R2-KT on the road (or into space, thanks to his cool starship-themed car)! Now KT's sister patrols all the 501st troops in her area of Texas