This FitBit-Style “Smart” Condom Lets You Assess Your Bedroom Skills

It can assess things like speed, endurance and whether there are any STIs present.

The i.Con smart condom

The first must-have Christmas present of 2017 has arrived in the shape of a rather interesting looking ring that actually doubles up as the world’s first “smart” condom.

It’s called the i-Con Smart Condom and works a bit like a FitBit. A FitBit for your penis.

“Utilising a Nano-chip and sensors, i.Con will measure and remember a number  of different variables during your sessions,” the company behind the i.Con Smart Condom explains.

“Once your session is completed, you will then be able to use the i.Con app to download your recent data which is paired to the device using Bluetooth technology.

“Once you have downloaded your data, the i.Con will automatically clear its memory making way for your next session.”

Not so much a condom as a ring that sits over the condom at the bases of the penis and can be used again and again, the manufacturers insist it is extremely comfortable, water resistant and very lightweight.

Just so we're clear on the scale.
The i.Con Smart Condom. Just so we're clear on the scale. Image The i.Con Smart Condom.

You may not even know it is there. Until you finish up proceedings, of course. The i-Con Smart Condom boasts a 6-8 hour battery life that most blokes probably won’t need, while all of the data downloaded and stores remains anonymous.

That includes data on all of the following:

–  Calories burnt during sexual intercourse
–  Speed of thrusts
–  Total number of thrusts
–  Frequency of sessions
–  Total duration of sessions
–  Average velocity of thrusts
–  Girth measurement
–  Positions used
–  Average skin temperature

The totally adjustable i.Con Smart Condom does not come cheap though, with prices starting at a whopping £59.99.

If you add it to your Christmas list, Santa may well oblige though. Just don’t go asking your parents for it, yeah?

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