Finally, A 'Smart Condom' That Will Count Calories Burned During Sex

The wearable is being advertised as the "world's first smart condom", although to be precious, the i.Con isn't actually a condom but a ring that can be placed over a condom.

The i-Con Smart Condom is like a fitness tracker for your genitals, The Sun U.K. notes.

It's a question most men have had mid-coitus, rising gradually in their minds like the process of nature taking its usual course: Am I doing sex good?

There will be an app that will help out your data visualization.

That's not all... The device will also record the average skin temperature.

However, now the geniuses of the sexual technology industry might just have invented one of the best tools in the history of sex tech (except from sex toys and the coil, of course).

How many different positions did I just conquer?

The device made by British Condoms will let wearers compare their performance stats with the rest of the world (which is sure to do wonders for their self-esteem) if they so choose.

The Smart Condom Ring is a reusable ring that men can wear over a condom during sex and comes equipped with a six to eight-hour battery, which can reportedly be recharged through a USB port.

The internet of things (IoT) appears to have hit the climax of connected devices with the i.Con from British Condoms UK, which will retail for £59.99 ($73) a pop and carry the tagline: "The future of wearable technology in the bedroom".

It is said to use nano-chip and sensor technology to "measure and remember" a number of different variables during sexual experience, or "sessions" as the firm's website calls them.

Anxious about privacy, the data kind?

A British Condoms spokesperson said: 'All data will be kept anonymous, but users will have the option to share their recent data with friends, or, indeed the world'.

Forget dick pics. Now we have to worry about dick status updates.

  • Joanne Flowers