All the nymphs and studs who boast about how good they are in bed will soon have an umpire between them. It is a new brand of smart condoms that’s coming to town from Britain.
This article does not promote promiscuity. It simply informs both our married and single readers about the scientific improvements in condom technology. Sounds naughty, right?
Well, the truth is that majority are unsure of their sexual rating, since they may also depend on their sex partners to rate their performance.
And, since a faithful mate may not want to destroy her man’s bedroom confidence, she may give him a pass mark even if he really falls below par!
However, with the new range of condoms coming to town, men can now know their authentic performance level based on scientific rating!
A new condom range that states penis size when measured around the middle (girth), the number of thrusts per round of sex, and a man’s sexual health are all possible now.
The smart condom ring, being a wearable technology designed by the i.Con, now makes the job of measuring a man’s sexual performance easy!
Manufactured by British Condoms, i.Con is a fitness tracker for the penis.
It provides the wearer with performance statistics while also promising to detect signs of sexually transmitted infections.
This range of condoms are so smart that once a man wears one, it can track the number of calories burnt, calculate the duration of intercourse, the average number of thrusts and girth (penis size) measurements.
British Condoms says the ring, which is used in addition to (rather than instead of) a regular condom, is in the final stages of testing and will be released later this year.
“It’s truly a revolutionary day,” said the project’s lead engineer, Adam Leverson.
“Not only have we innovated the world’s first smart condom ring that’ll measure pretty much every aspect of performance in the bedroom, but now I’m pleased to confirm that it will also have built-in indicators to alert the users to any potential STIs present,” Leverson assures.
While British Condoms is keeping further images and details under wraps until closer to the launch, the company says the ring is embedded with a nanochip that communicates with a smartphone app via Bluetooth.
Users will be able to share their data publicly if they desire, with the option to do so anonymously. The ring is powered by a battery that allows up to eight hours of usage from a single charge.