The smart condom can rate your performance in the bedroom and also tell you if you have an STI ($exually transmitted infection).
With over 90,0000 pre-orders of the product at the price of $80.99 (N30,000), you might wonder if the product is as good as it is hyped to be.
But actually the i.Con Smart Condom isn’t actually a condom – instead, it is a ring-shaped wearable device that might just like any other cex toy.
So yes, you still have to wear your normal condom after getting the i.con Smart Condom.
According to the makers, the smart condom is really worth your money, as it boasts of the ability to detect STIs (syphilis and chlamydia), assess bedroom performance and even calculate how many calories you burned during cex. So that means your thrusts, speed, and duration of cex are all recorded.
Everything is connected and sent to your smartphone and you can be able to share that data with friends or even the world.
According to the British Condoms, it is lightweight and water resistant – so you can drop it in the toilet (just joking), it also comes with a nano-chip and Bluetooth capabilities built in.
What Will It Record?
The i.Con Smart Condoms will measure:
Calories burned during $exual intercourse
Speed of thrusts
Total number of thrusts
Frequency of sessions
Total duration of sessions
Average velocity of thrusts
Different positions used
Average skin measurement
How To Wear It?
The ring is worn at the base of the condom, it is adjustable for size (quite elastic) and can be worn multiple times.
It has an integrated micro USB port so it can be recharged, with each charge lasting about six to eight hours.
It also comes with a one year warranty.
The i.Con is currently in its final stage of testing before its release later this year.
It sounds so great, especially with an STI indicator, but you would still have to buy your normal condoms after spending over N30,000 on this product...