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First 'smart condom' ring weighs your live steam

Mar 10, 2017, 6:39 AM EST
(Source: Victor/flickr)
(Source: Victor/flickr)

British Condoms has created the world’s first “smart condom,” which comes loaded with a nano-chip and sensors that rate the user’s “performance” on a number of parameters such as the “velocity of thrusts,” calories burnt during the intercourse, girth measurements and much more.

The I.Con smart condom ring, which lasts for about six to eight hours on one charge, sends the gathered data to your phone via Bluetooth and also lets you compare your statistics with those of peers, notes Design Boom. The makers, however, assure that all data will be kept anonymous securing the privacy of users.

I.Con condom ring dubbed as a “Fitbit for penises,” is thoughtfully adjustable in size and can be reused multiple times, although the idea of recharging by plugging it to the computer via U.S.B. sounds a bit awkward, writes The Huffington Post.

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