Manufacturer: Cybot Galactica
Product line: WED Treadwell repair droid
Model: WED-15 Treadwell
Class: Repair droid
Languages: droid languages 4D
Capital Ship Repair 4D+1, Computer Programming/Repair 4D+2, Machinery Repair 6D, Repulsorlift Repair 4D, Space Transports Repair 4D+1, Starfighter Repair 5D+1
-Fine manipulator arms (+1D to repair skills)
-Extensible video microbinoculars (+2D to search for microscale work)
-Cybot acoustic signaler (droid languages)
Size: 1.6 meters
Cost: 650 (used)
Description: WED-15-I662, also known as Eye-Six-Six-Too, was a WED-15 Treadwell repair droid produced by the Cybot Galactica company. In 0 BBY, during the Galactic Civil War, I662 was aboard a Jawa sandcrawler, the owners of which later captured the Rebel droids C-3PO and R2-D2. Soon afterwards, Imperial sandtroopers boarded the vehicle in search of the Rebel droids, but when the sandtroopers were unable to find them, they destroyed the sandcrawler.
WED-15-I662, also known as Eye-Six-Six-Too, was a WED-15 Treadwell repair droid manufactured by Cybot Galactica. sometime before the Battle of Yavin. In 0 BBY, during the Galactic Civil War, I662 was aboard a Jawa sandcrawler operated by Chief Nebit's clan when the scavengers captured the Rebel protocol droid C-3PO and his counterpart, the astromech droid R2-D2. The next day, the sandcrawler stopped at the homestead of moisture farmer Owen Lars, where the Jawas wanted to sell some of their droids. During the auction, I662 was about to leave the droid prison of the crawler and join the other droids outside when a Jawa stopped it.
The Jawas' auction was successful, as both C-3PO and R2-D2 were sold to Lars Soon afterward, Imperial sandtroopers boarded the sandcrawler in search of the stolen plans of the Death Star battlestation, which were stored in R2-D2. Trooper 1023 spotted I662 while he searched the droid bay for C-3PO and R2-D2. However, the sandtroopers were unable to find the plans, and the Imperials subsequently destroyed the sandcrawler.
WED-15-I662 was a standard Treadwell, typical of the thousands of such droids tasked with maintenance and repair of heavy machinery and starfighters. I662 had a blue paint scheme and two rows of ten treaded wheels on its base. The droid had binocular fine-focus vision, which helped it spot circuitry damage. I662's black photoreceptors were mounted on a long, extensible neck strut, which also held its manipulator arms.