There's too much focus on salaries here. The person who is successful will not focus as intently as you are on a salary figure. People in H/R, and recruiting organizations, consider this a red flag. Salary is important but it is number 3 or 4, and not number 1. So, I agree with PC that there's something missing from this equation.
I wouldn't want to go back to an academic lab after being in industry. That will be a constant thorn in your side in future interviewing. And, you could get "stuck" and have to do the whole darn academia-to-industry shuffle once again. The quality of the work will likely be good on both sides of that equation, but if you plan a career in industry, don't backtrack from that,
“Humility is not my forte, and whenever I dwell for any length of time on my shortcomings, they gradually begin to seem mild, harmless, rather engaging little things; not at all like the glaring defects in other people’s characters.” - Margaret Halsey