(WTNH)– If your partner isn’t faithful, at least your mattress is.
According to The Daily Mail, a company in Spain is testing the trust between relationships by using a new invention.
The Durmet “smarttress” uses 24 ultrasonic wave sensors to detect when your mattress is being used while you are not at home and it can also determine how many occupants are using it.
The mattress has a built-in “Lover Detection System” that generates a 3D map to show what areas of the mattress are getting greater pressure and what movements are happening.
After questionable activity is found, you will get an alert sent to your smartphone.
Re/code reached out to company spokesperson Antonio Muiño and he said Durmet is a real business and has been making sleep-related items since 2012.
The bed will reportedly cost you more than $1300 dollars, but it does have a five-year warranty.
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