|Model||Fenix HP25R||Fenix HL60R|
|Price||Rs. 6,800||Rs. 6,000|
|Output||1000 Lumens||950 Lumens|
|Throw Distance||187 meters||116 meters|
|Spot or Flood||Spot and Flood||Flood|
|Red Light||0.2 Lumens||1 Lumen|
|Battery||1* 18650||1* 18650|
|Battery Pack||In the Back||In the Front|
|Water Rating||IP66 rated||IPX-8 rated|
|Number of Outputs||4 modes in both Spot & Flood + Red||5 modes + Red|
|Color||Grey||Black & Yellow|
|Length||10.7 inches||7.4 inches|
If you are looking for which one is the brightest, you won't really get a definitive answer. The difference of 50 lumens will not be noticeable by the naked eye. Also, with both being rechargeable and taking the same batteries, you won't be able to decide this way either. One big difference which could be the deciding factor, would be the spot AND flood light option that the HP25R provides. But on the other hand, some do not prefer the battery pack to be in the back due to the weight that can be included. With the battery located in the front on the HL60R, this will help make a deciding factor in terms of the Fenix HL60R.
Either way, you can't lose with these headlamps. Both bring power and functionality to the table. Whichever you choose, or both, you will walk away a winner with your pathway lit ahead of you.