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 your 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.
Over 96,000 people have already pre-ordered the product which will be released later this year for about $100.
British Condoms, which has been delivering condoms and other products since 1999, revealed it was developing the unique product in 2016.
Adam Leverson, lead engineer on the i.Con project, said: "Not only have we innovated the world's first smart condom ring - that'll measure pretty much every aspect of performance in the bedroom - but now I'm pleased to confirm that it will also have built-in indicators to alert the users to any potential STIs present."
Aaron Slater, spokesman for British Condoms, added: "We knew we were on the cusp of creating something special with i.Con, and bringing a new meaning to 'wearable tech' - but being advocates of safe sex, we wanted something more, and the addition of an STI indicator has certainly done that.
"With over 96,000 preregistrations for the product, we know that this is a complete game-changer."
The i.Con is currently in final stages of testing before its release later this year.
Customers who pre-register will receive updates and be offered the chance to buy before the product gets launched to the general public.
An American company launched a similar penis ring called Lovely earlier this year.
This article originally appeared on The Sun and was republished here with permission.