Conventional condoms had problems fitting upon the men’s most treasured asset, as the sizes varied across various ethnicities! To cope with the problem, scientists from Condom Consultancy in Germany have invented revolutionary spray on condom that pumps liquid latex on the penis from a chamber and then dries to a regular condom within 20-25 seconds. Condom needs to be pulled off like conventional condom after use. Their further aim is to cut the drying time to 10 seconds.
Inventor Jan Vinzenz Krause says it’s far better that one-size-fits-all conventional condoms! He was quoted as saying,
I thought why not to come up with a condom that fits onto a man rather than vice-versa”, says Krause. This could lead to a revolution!
he added. He has filed a patent for his unique idea.
Krause admitted that he had to face some legal hurdles and technical problems before bringing his idea to reality. He declares,
technology can enable us to spray a condom on an erect elephant!.
Men who tested this product however had split reactions. Some said it was a great idea as conventional condoms didn’t fit them. Others said its use could hinder the ‘romance factor’.
The spray-on condom will be more expensive than conventional ones. The chamber will cost around £17 and the liquid latex refills, which produce between 10 and 20 condoms depending on size, will be priced at between £5 to £7