But wait, there's more! The i.Con's makers say that it will also keep track of frequency and duration of your sessions, average skin temperature, girth measurement, and can even determine which particular sexual positions you're deploying at any given time.
That last feature is in beta testing, actually. Seriously.
For those who like to quantify and analyze their sexual activities, the i.Con system will enable users to upload their data anonymously and see how the numbers stack up to details provided by other users.
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“All data will be kept anonymous, but users will have the option to share their recent data with friends or, indeed, the world,” says the product description. “You will be able to anonymously access stats that you can compare with i.Con users worldwide.”
The i.Con design team is assuring customers that the smart condom is fully adjustable, lightweight, water-resistant, and “extremely comfortable,” according to specifications listed on the delightfully frank product page.
British Condoms plans to ship the product to specialty retailers worldwide before the end of the year. Early bird registration is available now, and the device is expected to retail at £59.99 – about $80.00 U.S.