Deluxe Reels- have wooden lamination on them
Standard Reels – are plain black
Variety of reels are as follows
4- 8Delux & Std these are spinning reels used in general fishing. The difference between 6Light & 6Medium is that the wall on the drum of the light is slightly shallower and therefore is better suited to someone throwing a spoon or a lighter bait.
5 3/4G.P. to the Shark Reels are mainly reels to be used with live baits. The differences are G.P (Gen Purpose), these can be used for general fishing as well as swimming live baits, G.B. (Ground Baits), M.G.B. (Medium Ground Bait), H.G.B. (Heavy Ground Bait) are all self explanatory as obviously you would use GB for a small swim bait and HGB for a heavier swim bait, these reels all have a very deep drum due to the fact that it needs to hold lots of line for the live bait to swim. The biggest in this line is the Shark Reel, as sharks are being targeted it has a deeper drum for big swim baits such as large shad and Bonitos. These reels are also often used by Kite Fisherman.
Far Cast Reels: These are reels that have duel pins on the bracket , you clip the drum off the side pin and clip the drum on the top pin to cast the reel, and then return it to the side pin when finished casting. These reels are extremely efficient in estuaries and are suitable for beginners and new users of KP Reels as they cast the same as coffee grinders.
Boat Reels: The 7 1/2 Drag reel has a reversible drag system, and was developed for paddle ski fisherman, who preferred the 1:1 ratio of our reels but need the drag whilst they are paddling. The 8/9/10 & 11 ½ are self explanatory, fishermans preference. Basically they are not casting reels but are used on boats???
The thumb screws allows the fisherman on his boat to tighten the screw, whilst he for example has something to drink, without the drum rolling freely in other words it locks the drum.