The SeaDevil Esca is the newest LED aquarium light to be offered to reef hobbyists from a company called Wyatt Lightworks. Based in Singapore, this light appears to take a lot of inspiration from the 4th generation Radion LED light but what piqued our interest the most is its unibody construction.
Built from a solid block of aluminum, the unibody construction process has been used by a small number of companies and light fixture first pioneered by NanoCustoms as far back as 2010. Wyatt Lightworks makes a number of different models of the SeaDevil Esca with the largest 200 watt costing $649, a medium sized 100 watt model costing $399, and a small version coming in at $269 for 50 watts of power.
The Wyatt SeaDevil Esca has most of the modern touches you’d expect of a contemporary LED reef light with a blue-heavy spectrum, bubble shaped lenses, seven channels of color control, and a free app for both iOS and Android for control and programming. There is also an optional diffuser that softens the look of the already recessed LEDs but only covers the main LED cluster.
Besides the unibody construction we can’t comment on how well it will look over a tank and lighting up corals but if nothing else the unibody construction could be a very nice design flourish if you’re really into how your reef aquarium light looks over the tank. [Wyatt]