Largest store condoms in the UK, created the first “smart condom” called i.Con that tracks your sexual stamina – duration, speed, strength and calories burned – during a sexual intercourse and can even detect whether a man has chlamydia or syphilis.
In other words, you wear a condom the normal way, but add a ring that moved the base of the condom (he can repeatedly be used) which records all information anonymously, using nano-chip and Bluetooth technology. Users even have the opportunity to share this information with their friends, as with all else.
There have been over 90,000 orders for i.Con at a price of 59.99 pounds, which tells us that there is great interest in the product even though it still has not come out officially on sale. Lead engineer Adam Leverson said that he was hit because of the ability to detect certain sexually transmitted diseases.