It has been almost 70 years since any huge innovation was seen around the condom, and that was the addition of the reservoir tip. Now, after seven years of work, engineers from LELO have reimagined what a condom could be by upgrading its structure. By using a honeycomb shape, LELO has managed to produce a much stronger condom that is made up of 350 small hexagons that flex and mould to the wearer whilst being more forgiving of friction and stress. LELO, backed by Charlie Sheen, is now seeking funding on Indiegogo to try and bring their innovation to market, and seeing that they've already raised $183,857 on a $12,000 goal, they're well on their way to success.
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