Kilt - This particular model was distributed in France by a vendor and sold at a discounted price. Al least four models were made with the Kilt insignia: Kilt 0 (Mitchell 300), Kilt 3 (Galion 14 Model), Kilt 4 (Mitchell CAP 304), and Kilt 7 (large Galion model). All these models were made in the mid-1960s.
"Kingfisher" - some French Galion models were sold by Garcia under this brand name. Two digits followed the letter "K". Colours of these models may differ from the original Galion colours. But not all Kingfisher-models were Galions…
Kirk-Odo - This reel is identical in all aspects to the Kroydon except Odo Establishment marketed it solely in Europe with only 20,000 units made. The Kirk-Odo was named after the founder and owner of the Odo Company in France, and Kirk Douglas, a popular movie star at that time. During the late 1950s, the Odo Company assisted in the manufacturing of the 304-model to handle the high production at the Mitchell factory. The only part not made by Odo was the body of the 304. Odo made up to 3500 of these models per month for Mitchell till 1959 when Odo decided to branch out and manufacture their own reel: the "Kirk-Odo". The Boston Camping Wholesalers of Massachusetts sold this same reel in the U.S.A. under the name "Kroydon". Boston Camping sold the reel exclusively through their mail-order catalogue in the New England region.
Koning - (Dutch for "King") Name used in the Netherlands to indicate the Mitchell 300-model. This name appeared also for a short time on this reel distributed by Albatros (refer to Albatros).