Find out how you per­form

Balonne Beacon - - LIFE GADGETS/GAMES - — Maryse God­den, The Sun

THIS con­dom will tell you what you’re re­ally like in bed.

A Bri­tish com­pany claims to have created the world’s first “smart” con­dom which rates blokes’ per­for­mances and helps de­tects STIs.

The i.Con Smart Con­dom is like a Fit­bit, but for your pe­nis. It pro­vides all the sta­tis­tics men need to as­sess their sex­ual prow­ess.

Data in­cludes du­ra­tion of in­ter­course, calo­ries burnt, num­ber and speed of thrusts, girth mea­sure­ments and dif­fer­ent po­si­tions used per week, month or year.

It will also help de­tect sex­u­ally trans­mit­ted in­fec­tions such as chlamy­dia and syphilis.

But make sure you keep it in a safe place. And if you’re con­cerned about your secrets get­ting out, the Not­ting­ham-based com­pany says that all info will be kept anony­mous.

Of course, if you’re pretty proud of your re­sults, it’s pos­si­ble to kiss and tell. Users “will have the op­tion to share their re­cent data with friends, or, in­deed the world”.

In a sim­i­lar way to other health-mon­i­tor­ing de­vices, it will use nanochip and blue­tooth tech­nol­ogy to re­lay the data to a smart­phone app.

More than 96,000 peo­ple have al­ready pre-or­dered the prod­uct which will be re­leased later this year for about $100.

Bri­tish Con­doms, a maker of con­doms since 1999, re­vealed it was devel­op­ing the unique prod­uct in 2016.

PHOTO: CON­TRIB­UTED

SMART CON­DOM: For those who want to know all the stats on their sex life.

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