"A sex-tracking condom ring is coming"
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A sex-tracking condom ring is coming
Well, mankind has finally done it.
There's no effects tracking wearable gadget.
It's called the Icon and it's marketed as the world's first smart condom.
But it's not actually a condom at all.
It's a ring that sits at the base of the condom.
Like a fitbit for your man bits.
But instead of tracking your calories burned during the walk, it's tracking calories burned during sex.
How you ask?
Well there is plenty of data this duhicky is gathering.
Such as the speed and quantity of thrust, the velocity of thrust, average skin temperature and girth measurement.
And best of all, you can share all of this data with friends or compare it to the world Now we live in a Universe where there are app leader boards for thrusts velocity.
But, thankfully we can count on the internet to share varying positions on the matter.
Like, reminding us how this gives partners precise scientific data to point how disappointing you are.
The company behind this tech is British Condoms and it took three years to bang this out.
Certainly not a quickie endeavor.
It has eight hours of endurance before it runs out of juice and needs a recharge.
It's available for pre order for 60 pounds which is about 74 US dollars.
No word on when it will come out this year but the company will not charge you until it has a firm release.
There is no photos of what it actually looks like and the company didn't Respond to our story for comment.
But it's not the first company to deep in to the space last year.
There was failed crab funding campagne for wearable sex toy called lovely.
But it didn't track stats.
So until we still live in the world where you can get analytical data of your pelvic performance, you could ask your partner what makes them happy.
Just a tip.
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