The i.Con goes around the base of a condom to track the wearer's various statistics

British Condoms created the i.Con, a small ring that goes around the base of a condom to track the wearer's statistics while they have sex. The Bluetooth ring contains a Nano-chip and a number of sensors to track the wearer's amount of thrusts, skin temperature, girth measurement, duration of a session, and more.

This information gets uploaded to a companion application where a user can choose view it, however, the statistics remain anonymous, unless they wish to upload their statistics to the online community to compare with other users. The battery in the i.Con lasts for six to eight hours and uses a USB port to charge.

British Condoms have not released the i.Con, but have the product available in their store to pre-order for $60.

i.Con

British Condoms created the i.Con, a small ring that goes around the base of a condom to track the wearer's statistics while they have sex. The Bluetooth ring contains a Nano-chip and a number of sensors to track the wearer's amount of thrusts, skin temperature, girth measurement, duration of a session, and more.

This information gets uploaded to a companion application where a user can choose view it, however, the statistics remain anonymous, unless they wish to upload their statistics to the online community to compare with other users. The battery in the i.Con lasts for six to eight hours and uses a USB port to charge.