Reacting to a report that Spain has a high rate of infidelity, a Spanish mattress firm didn't take the news lying on their backs, so to speak. Durmet developed the Smarttress and its "Lover Detection System." Twenty-four ultrasonic sensors measure any "suspicious movement" in the bed, transmitting date of the tryst, including a 3D mattress model to show where most of the exertion is taking place.
The company's promotional video also produced one hell of a tagline: "If your partner isn't faithful, at least your mattress is." A company rep says the product is indeed real and has already received several inquiries and that the $1,750 mattress is still in the production process.
Some YouTube viewers weren't impressed with the new mattress saying, "You don't need a bed to cheat. As long as you're having over-the-top trust issues, why not rig a hidden video camera instead." Another viewer took the affair-detection to another level recommending to "add a remote controlled taser" to the mattress. I mean, technically, they're right! What's a mattress going to prove that a hidden camera can't? What if you were lonely one night and wanted to have self-love? Then your other half sees suspicious movement on the bed and now thinks you're cheating, when you're really just loving yourself. I'm not just talking about men. You, women, self-love just as much as we do, so don't act all innocent. Anyway, this mattress is a no-go in the Louie household because it can cause many more problems for no reason at all.
Check out the ad below: