A smart condom is here to track your sex life

Danielle Fowler
Freelance Writer
Would you look to smart technology to track your sex life? [Photo: Getty]

The world’s first ‘smart condom’ is here and has been hailed by manufacturer British Condoms, as ‘revolutionary’ technology for the bedroom.

The i:Con has a built-in ability to detect STIs and track sexual performance, as users can download data on everything from the positions practiced to the number of calories burned per session straight to their smartphone.

The i.Con ring is placed on the bottom of the penis (and condom) to ensure that you can use it repeatedly [Photo: i.Con]

And although the data is strictly confidential, it is possible to compare your sexual performance stats with fellow i.Con users via the app.

There have already been 96,000 preorders [Photo: i.Con]

With revolutionary sensors, the wearable tech has the ability to document everything from total duration of sessions, average skin temperature, speed of thrusts and average velocity of your bedroom antics.

The i.Con will be available to purchase in January 2018 for £59.99. But you may need to hurry, as over 96,000 people have already pre-ordered the smart condom.

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