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Wiha Tools speedE II

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Review for Wiha Tools speedE II by CD Mechanical And Electrical Ltd
16th April 2021

Recently brought the set 3,£300 soon realised that the driver will not do the screws to the required torque and you have to actually do this by hand. Had I of known before buying i would not have purchased. Only tightens to .4nm anything after is by hand could have brought a torque screwdriver at a third of the cost.

Recently brought the set 3,£300 soon realised that the driver will not do the screws to the required torque and you have to actually do this by hand. Had I of known before buying i would not have purchased. Only tightens to .4nm anything after is by hand could have brought a torque screwdriver at a third of the cost.


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Review for Wiha Tools speedE II by Ryan B
3rd November 2020

Tried this out at my local tool store and seems very similar to the excellence previous model speed e They have improved on the old model with added led lights which is a great idea, same excellent product development with good rechargeable batteries

Tried this out at my local tool store and seems very similar to the excellence previous model speed e
They have improved on the old model with added led lights which is a great idea, same excellent product development with good rechargeable batteries


10th November 2020

Hello, Peter Lyttle here from Lyttle Smart Homes. I'm just doing an unboxing of the SpeedE II, just arrived today, so thought I would do a bit of an unboxing. I have a few other things that arrived today, so ... But, as you would've seen my last video was of the SpeedE I, which I was working in this cabinet with the SpeedE I. I have to say the box is pretty cool. Slides out, so slide it together, and then these two slide apart to reveal inside. So, these are all the attachments available that will fit into the SpeedE II. From what I believe is there's a slightly smaller selection of bits to reduce the outlay or the cost when buying them, because some people were just getting ... So obviously you get this card over the top. You get your SpeedE II instruction manual, which I don't think anybody ... Well, I probably won't read it, but it's there. And then instruction manual on how to use the charger.

So the actual box that comes in one of these boxes it's the same as the SpeedE I. So very little difference in the boxes. No difference in the boxes. So inside the box, we get, same again, two batteries, charger with USB, there is a yellow power bit which is 5.5 newton metres, and a standard bit which is 1.4 newton metres.

So, as I say, I haven't really seen this yet. This is the first I've seen it. So similar size grip. Switch is slightly bigger than the previous model, and we have an LED ring the whole way around with six LEDs. The previous one only has one. I actually thought I would just have both together. So, it is slightly larger than the previous model, but not by much. The feeling in your hand is much different. I actually think this being slightly bigger is a wee bit better. Obviously this is one LED, so I would hope this is six times better, five times better because there's six lights on it. So we'll set them to the side, and straight out of the box I haven't charged these or anything, so we'll just put it straight in.

So that's it, the battery in. And massively different light-wise. So battery's dying, does exactly the same as what it done with the first one, but actually the light intensity is much higher and that then ... That's very specific to the screw from the first one. Second one's sort of lighting up the whole area of the ... So, does sound actually quite a bit quieter than the previous model if you compare them. Slightly different sound to them. Obviously this SpeedE II comes with the max and min. So it's the same as what the SpeedE I is, which is perfect for doing screws, and things like that up. But it also gives you max speed, which is the one newton metre. So if I was to use that on ... Same thing again, straight into the screwdriver. Actually feels a bit better, they actually put it in that screwdriver than in the previous model.

So if I look at this into just standard breaker, it's hard to show while I have it in my hand but that's it on max. It's substantially stronger than the previous model. The previous model would just stop on low. This here will spin this around. If I turn it down to minimum again, now this is with the battery's almost dead. So, there definitely is a huge improvement power-wise compared to the original SpeedE. And obviously all the bits are interchangeable between SpeedE I, SpeedE II, so if you have the bits, you can still reuse them because obviously you only get the few bits on this.