How Smart Do You Need Your #Condom to Be?

iconNot only is the name captivating but its spellbinding capabilities are unparalleled. The i.Con is a new “smart condom” that can let you know if your latest hook-up left you with more than memorable throwers of passion. Although the steps needed to be taken before the official barrier-to-entry are less than discreet, the i.Con can tell you if you’re potential hookup is not only winsome but also  losing with a bouquet of sexually transmitted infections. Here are the FAQs for inquiring minds. The beauty of this technological salacious crutch is that all the info can be sent your smartphone. ‘Not only have we innovated the world’s first Smart Condom Ring that’ll measure pretty much every aspect of performance in the bedroom, but now I’m pleased to confirm that it will also have built-in indicators to alert the users to any potential STIs present,’ says Adam Leverson, lead engineer on the project. Making the world a little smarter in their sexual exploits, one condom at a time. Way to go, i.Con. Best story on the ‘smart condom’ is CNET’s recap calling it “a FitBit for your man bits.” Amazing.

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