Penis pedometer tracks number of thrusts and pace to rate your performance in the sack
Soon there will be no need to ask “was it good for you?” after an intimate encounter, as your lover will have uploaded your sex stats to Facebook. Using a fitness tracking cockring, you can quantify the experience by number and pace of thrusts as well calories burned.
In a SexFit feature that one imagines has a niche audience, you can upload your numbers through a free mobile app to compare and compete with friends online. There’s no word yet on whether you can check-in to a friend or even an orifice, but you can tag your sex buddy and share your performance with the world.
Much like other similar fitness tracker innovations, the SexFit allows the most dedicated users to share and compare their favourite sessions and impressive individual milestones with their peers on social media.
The SexFit by Bondara is worn at the base of the penis and has the same effect as a standard cockring but with added benefits. The tightness of the band can help to maintain a harder erection and the Bluetooth enabled gadgetry records the number of thrusts during each sex session.
The SexFit also includes a pacing mode which vibrates in time to a pre-set rhythm to help achieve maximum stimulation. While vibrating devices in the bed room are nothing new, having one that says exactly when to thrust could be either off-putting or a turn-on, depending on your tastes.
The goal-orientated are sure to be delighted with the notification lights at the top of the ring, which illuminate in the center when you are keeping to a steady rhythm.
You can also swap post-coital cigarettes for a detailed analysis of your performance via the free mobile app.
Prototypes are currently in development and Bondara aims to start product testing before the end of the year.
While bringing fitness tracking to sex toys is an intriguing idea, there are a few drawbacks to the SexFit. Obviously it is pretty penis-centric as it’s a cock ring, so it considers sex to be over when the wearer is finished. Secondly, the idea that you can measure the quality of your sex life based on the speed and number of thrusts is a little vanilla.
However, the SexFit is bound to find an audience among men curious to know whether, in the bed room, they would come last or first among their friends. Although, of course, coming first in this particular race wouldn’t necessarily make you the winner.