Student Creates Spray-On Condom Concept

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17 Sep 2015

Student Creates Spray-On Condom Concept

A student at the Pratt Institute, New York has developed a lover’s kit concept which includes spray-on condoms and a remote controlled smart bra. Designed to make safe sex more enjoyable, creator Michelle Chu believes that the spray-on condom would be easier and more fun to put on than traditional rubbers.

The spray is housed in an aerosol-style can – meaning the gaseous latex condom can be simply sprayed on the penis. Chu believes the simplicity of the spray will lead to an increased number of people using the product – potentially improving safe sex statistics.

Dubbed Girlplay, the lover’s kit includes the spray-on condoms, a smart bra and remote-controlled condoms which can change their flavour and sensation at a touch of a button. Aimed at bold, daring women – the bra can be unhooked using the remoted control.

Chu explains the products’ aims on her website: "It produces a line of spray-on condoms that uses the latest technology to fit each and every size, for both male and female. These spray-on condoms are made for the perfect fit, and function like spray-on bandages in the marketplace today.

"They also come in a set called the Lover’s kit, which includes multiple parts like bras and remote controls to enhance our customers’ experience. We create revolutionary spray-on condoms that are perfect for today's fast-paced environment.”

The design is still in its concept stages, but Chu is confident it can shake-up an industry which she believes needs some refreshing.

However, this is not the first time that a spray-on condom has been mooted. In 2008, German sexual health teacher, Jan Vinzenz Krause, created a similar design. Inspired by the mechanics of a car wash, Krause’s invention was ultimately unsuccessful because of the three minute wait lovers had to undertake for the condom to dry.

A Chinese company have also made spray-on protection for women – producing a foam which acts as a barrier against semen. If successful, the Girlplay spray-on condom would become the first of its kind, designed for the penis.

It could be a few years until the spray-on condom is available on the open market. For the time being, the most popular option is the good old fashioned rubber condom. Click here, or call us on 020 7685 5977 for Freedoms Shop’s huge range of condoms.

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