How would you feel about sharing your sexual performance on your social media account among your friends? The idea of opening up when it comes to what happens behind the bedroom’s door might seem a little bit off, but it appears that it has attracted the attention of many enthusiasts.
What’s this all about then? Recently, British Condoms, a UK-based company, has revealed its plans of launching on the market an intelligent condom. According to the product’s description, the intelligent device is very useful for measuring sexual performance and to detect potential sexually transmitted diseases.
The rather quaint device is called i.Con and it’s supposed to work just like a regular Fitbit device. However, the major difference between i.Con and FitBit is that the latter measures your performance during physical training sessions while the first one tells you a bit about your latest sexual intercourse.
Probably one the best features the intelligent condom has to offer is its STD detection system. According to the company, the device is fine-tuned to pick up things like chlamydia, syphilis, and even gonorrhea. As for the rest of its functions, we are sure that there are many enthusiasts out there who are willing to give it a try.
Another interesting function offered by the intelligent conduct is the burnt calories during the latest sex session. Moving on, we have the thrusts meter, which shows the average number of thrusts per session, the thrust speedometer (yes, the intelligent condom can show you the average speed of each thrust), the skin thermometer, and wicked clock which basically shows you the average length of each sexual intercourse.
For tech enthusiasts, the intelligent condom boasts a couple of special features. For example, it can show you how many positions you’ve used during the same session. However, this function is still under testing, meaning that the company ensures whether it will feature or not in the final version of the product.
To make matters even more interesting, the intelligent condom, which will cost a little bit over $70, can be paired with any mobile device running Android or iOS. The owner will be able to use the smartphone application in order to review statistics and, wait for it, to share his results on social media and compared them with others.
We don’t know for certain if there will be some sort of leaderboard, but it will be interesting to find out.
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