H2R can only run @2300 Lumens for a minute and then it's going to be 750 lm for 1h50 while Compass R can run @1200 lm for 1h40 and maybe most importantly @630 lm Compass R operates more than an hour longer.
But this is not to say H2R is not good, it is, that is why I'm pondering which one to get.
Compass R (https://www.lumonite.com/fi/lumonite_compass_r):
Max: 1200 lm / 1 h 40 min / 115 m
High: 630 lm / 3 h 40 min / 80 m
Med: 240 lm / 8 h 40 min / 65 m
Low: 80 lm / 40 h / 28 m
Moon: 5 lm / 600 h / -
Level 1: 2300 lm -> 750 lm / 1 min + 1 h 50 min
Level 2: 600 lm / 2 h 30 min
Level 3: 150 lm / 10 h
Level 4: 30 lm / 50 h
Level 5: 1 lm / 45 days
My boyfriend works on the rig, and I saw his equipment. That was Olight but not sure what model exactly. But he worked in Alberta in Canada, so I guess that comment about cold weather is relevant here.. But it seems like Compass R is better (1200>750 on the distance)Should I buy LUMONITE Compass R or Olight H2R, which one is better in your opinion?