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The new QTS model has taken over 30 years of experience to develop and is arguably the most versatile and complete underwater light ever made for the marine industry in the simplest format possible.

 

One housing now accommodates a variety of light power outputs, Color Options, Input Powers.

Suitable for any boat from 40’ up to the largest 300’+ superyachts.

 

Made from Titanium the light can now be used on carbon fiber as well as composite/fiberglass saving yards and installers hours/days on installation and potential warranty concerns through galvanic corrosion.

 

Fitted with a toughened, flat lens the beam angle is an ultra wide 140 degrees perfect for running down the side of a yacht as well as along the stern. Available in low and high power up to 14,000 lumens in blue or white. Naturally the entire range is Lloyds Type approved and ABS.

 

Everything has led to this being the most comprehensive light for the market at a price point that sets the new standard.

QT100 Product Overview

ABOUT US

25 years ago we made the very first underwater light for a ground breaking Superyacht in Europe. A quarter of a century later those same lights are still working perfectly and is testament to our ability in making the best products in the market. We've NEVER had a light fail due to water ingress. We have kept our overheads low and our team small in order to stay efficient and competitive and that's why we are amongst the small number of trusted companies in the industry.

NOT MADE IN CHINA

All of our products are designed and made in house. We use local specialized sub contractors when needed and have and never will 'farm' our production or design out to companies in China or Asia. We believe in first principles and are not willing to cut corners in order to save a dollars. 

WE DONT USE PLASTIC

All of our products are made from the very highest grade Aluminum, Bronze and 316L Stainless steel. Not only is this essential for strength and longevity but aids heat dissipation and structural strength. Although plastic housings offer a vastly reduced cost benefit, this saving is not in the customers best interest and therefore not in ours.