This new 'smart condom' is here to judge a guy's sexual performance

05 March, 2017, 00:28 | Author: Garry Little
  • World's First'Smart Condom Tracks Your Thrusts And Detects STIs

Recording everything from how many calories are burnt during intercourse, speed and total number of thrusts, frequency of sessions along with total duration, girth measurement and how many different positions used, the reusable ring is literally the gift that keeps on giving.

Pretty much everyone can agree that sex is great, but you know what would make it even better? It will also help detect STIs such as chlamydia and syphilis.

If you ever looked at your wearable gadget and wished it would tell you how good you are at sex, then we have some news for you.

Inventors have said the kit will be available in 2017, exclusively from British Condoms.

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The i.Con Smart Condom also turns sex into a literal dick-measuring contest since British Condoms says you can compare your sexy time statistics to other sex-havers around the world. It's a high-tech ring that fits around the condom of your choice - size is said to be adjustable - that uses nanochips and sensors to analyze your sexual, uh, workouts. Can a "smart" condom really be that smart? The user will also be able to connect the device to its mobile phone through a Bluetooth feature. "Ever wondered how you stack up to other people from around the world?" The ring will come with a one-year warranty and a micro-USB charging port that can provide up to eight hours of juice after a single hour of being plugged in according to The Huffington Post.

Aaron Slater, spokesperson for Nottingham-based British Condoms, added: 'We knew we were on the cusp of creating something special with i.Con, and bringing a new meaning to "wearable tech".

According to the company, users should not be anxious about the privacy of their personal information. Upon its release in the United Kingdom, the i.Con will be sold for £59.99 or about $73.58.

Over 90,000 people have already pre-ordered the product and it is set to be released later this year for £59.99 or $75.

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