- Crystar eyepiece focus 6x30 (*)
- Crystar centre focus 6x30 (*)
- Magnivu 8x30 (*)
- Raylite 8x30 (*)
- Clearvu 8x30
- Wrayvu 8x40, introduced 1957
- Flight 9x35
- Wray Nine 9x60
- Farvu 10x40 (*)
- Brystar 7x50
- Brystar 10x50
- Wray Eleven 11x60
(*) In 1949 catalogue
Crystar was a civilian version of the binoculars Wray produced for the RAF in the Second World War. It was significantly lighter than the military version. It weighed just 15½oz.
Wray made both eyepiece focusing and central focusing models.
The Magnivu was made in the popular 8x30 size. It was aimed at horse racing enthusiasts and anyone who wanted general purpose binoculars.
The Flight had 'bloomed' or coated lenses. It was similar to the Ross Stepruva. This proved a popular size. It was a bit more powerful than the standard 8x30 glasses. At the same time it offered better vision on dull days due the slightly larger objective lenses. However, it was still a compact size and easy to carry.
The Brystar was larger Zeiss-style binocular. It was offered in 7x50 or 10x50 form. The 7x50 glass was meant for night vision or nautical use. The 10x50 was increasingly popular for general use.
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