I don't like wide lights like 100 degrees for macro because they light up the crap in the water column between your lens and your subject, and they also often light up the background too much. I use 3D-printed shades now on my Keldan Luna 4X lights most of the time for macro, and quite often a snoot.
Also, as Interceptor says, you don't need a high output.
I would say 30 degrees is about right. No wider. The FIX Neo 1500 DX SWR and FIX Neo 1000 DX SW are probably better choices for macro than the FIX Neo Premium 2200 DX and FIX Neo 3000 DX. They don't list the CRI values, which is a bit worrying, but then I think sometimes high-CRI is over-rated compared to other features.
There was also an attractive FIX Neo 2000 DX SWR with 720 lumens at 30 degrees angle (and maybe a remote control). Kay Burn Lim shot some lovely macro with them with his A7S. But they're no longer listed on the site and I don't know if they're still available.
Finding top-quality, high-CRI lights for macro is surprisingly difficult. I really want something more appropriate than my Keldans but nothing seems to fit the bill. Everyone's going after higher and higher output ratings. There's a gap in the market.