Well (not being able to resist), my "vice speed" is usually accomplished with rolling papers and flue-cured tobacco.
I have a set of vise "speed handles" made a long time ago.
As a famous British celebrity* said not so very long ago (when explaining that in British English, the "hood" of a car is called a "bonnet", someone called out that a bonnet was a kind of hat worn by babies and ladies in the Wild West...
...to which our hero** replied - "We British are totally capable of understanding that the same word may have two completely different definitions!"
i.e. in British English - vice = a device to clamp work to a bench/milling machine/shaper/whatever. Or drugs. Or even pornography, that's considered a "vice" here.
Meanwhile, the word "vise" does not exist! Similarly tires, aluminum, oh - and the thing that goes over the engine of a car? It's a bonnet! A hood is the thing on a coat that keeps the rain off your head!
* Jeremy Clarkson, on Grand Tour.
** hero or villain - ironically he's usually both, simultaneously.