Finally! There’s A New Device To Let Clueless Men Know If They’re Good At Sex

Finally! There’s A New Device To Let Clueless Men Know If They’re Good At Sex
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Men who are normally insecure about their sexual performance: This one is for you. Or maybe it’s not.

The SexFit is a new invention that allows you to track how well you’re banging your girlfriend.

It’s a WiFi enabled device you wear on your penis that measures your average rhythm, thrusts per minute and calories burnt during sex. It then sends the information to an app on your iPhone.

SexFit also tells you, in real-time, whether you need to speed up or slow down your thrusting. There’s an LED light attached on the device that indicates exactly what to do.

The product description on the website explains:

When the centre light is lit, the user is hitting peak performance and matching the rhythm set by the training programme. Too many lights and the user will need to slow down, and not enough lights will advise them to pick up the pace.

A “+/-“speed button on either side of the gadget can also be used to adjust the speed of the training session ‘on the go’.

You’ll be able to share all of your statistics from the app on social media, too, so even your aunt in California can comment with an awkward, “Way to go!”

The SexFit is still a prototype and won’t be available until the spring of 2015.

Until then, boys, if you want to know how you’re doing in bed, you’ll have to do the most daunting thing of all: Talk to your girlfriend about it.

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H/T: Buzzfeed, Photos Courtesy: Bondara

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