Giesemann’s Quazar LED is possibly one of the most attractive aquarium LED striplights tha we have yet seen. We had a chance to manhandle one of their Giesemann’s first couple prototype Quazar LED lights at InterZoo several weeks back and we were definitely smitten by the look of the light. The shiny, candy painted shell of the Quazar looks like it could blind you before you even turn the thing on. Although the Quazar does have some finning on the top for increasing surface area of the light, Giesemann took great care to make these fins very closely spaced so that it does not interfere with the appearance and design of the light. Overall the Quazar is a mass-biased heatsink LED light which is probably well able to handle the 20 watts of power coming from five Cree XP series LEDs. We didnt get an exact number on the directivity of the secondary optics but since they are so widely spaced and driven near 4 watts each, the spotlight effect of the quazar LED light was quite noticeable at 12″ from a surface. It would have been nice to see 6-7 LEDs in the Quazar with the same total power output so that the light spread could be a little bit broader but this would add to the cost and perhaps Giesemann will consider some broader lenses in there when the light becomes fully available. The Quazar will be available in an all white and a 2:3 ratio of blue to white LEDs with an estimated price of about $200 and availability is still uncertain. Follow the break for a ton more pictures of the luscious Quazar LED light from Giesemann.