i.Con Smart Condom: Worlds first Smart Condom is here



Condoms are mean't to prevent unwanted pregnancies and sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). However, condoms vary from size to texture and so does the individual using it, and to that, there are several factors to consider when picking a condom as seen on Jenreviews

For long, many condom users have wished that condom could also act as a health monitoring device in checking the users health and also detecting STDs. Well, a condom with such capability is now a reality!

 i.Con smart condom, the worlds first smart condom is a ring that fits over a condom to track the thrust speed, velocity, calories burnt, detect syphilis, chlamydia and many other things.

The smart condom works similar to other health monitoring devices and it will use nano-chip and bluetooth technology to transmit the data to a smartphone app. Data includes girth measurements, number and speed thrust, calories burnt and positions used during intercourse. The smart condom also dictates STIs .

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 According to British Condoms, the ring is a new form of wearable technology which can give you all the data you need about how you perform in the bedroom.

"Not only have we innovated the world's first smart condom ring - that will measure pretty much every aspect of performance in the bedroom - but now i'm pleased to confirm that it will have built-in indicators to alert the users to any potential STIs present", Adam Leverson, lead engineer on the i.Con project said.

  The ring is worn at the base of the condom, is adjustable for size, and can be worn over and over again. British Condoms explains that the ring has an integrated micro USB port so it can be recharged, with each charge lasting about to 6 to 8 hours. The company assures users that all data would be kept anonymous but users will have the option to share their recent data with friends or the world.

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 The i.Con is in its final stage of testing before its release later this year and so far it looks like the i.Con Smart Condom is getting massive response as nearly 100,000 people have already pre-registered to receive updates and be offered the chance to buy the product before the product gets launched to the general public.

The device will cost £59.99 and will carry a one-year warranty.

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