Wednesday, 10 March 2010

Sex Fact #527

Despite this being attempted before over the years, researchers at a German Institute for Condom Consultancy plan to launch a spray-on-condom and for the past few years have been conducting tests on a spray can into which the man inserts his penis which is then sprayed with latex from nozzles on all sides.

The plan is to make the product ready for use in about five seconds and offer a more effective contraceptive that fits better than standard one-size fits all condoms and hence does not slip.

Pre-market trials are underway to demonstrate the new latex condom is evenly spread when sprayed and to optimise the vulcanization process.

Designed and marketed in cooperaation with Vinico and Qualo Design, the aim of the partnership is to develop the perfect condom for men that's suited to every size of penis.

The company had hit upon the idea when considering the difficulties some people faced using condoms, and drew inspiration from spray-on medical dressings and bandages now used in medicine.

Previous attempts at creating a spray-on condom have been unsuccessful, though some have been sold in store and were considered dangerous and a waste of money.

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