The tracker, which has been designed by Bondara, records indicators of sexual performance including as thrusts per minute and duration, the Daily Star reported.
The company has launched a worldwide search to find someone, who wants to know what he is like in the bedroom, fit enough to test out the device.
Chris Simms, managing director at Bondara, said that after the launch of the SexFit prototype in August, they were literally inundated with offers of volunteers to try out the product from all over the world.
Simms added that for this unique position they will be looking for someone with an active sex life but also someone who has good knowledge and experience with fitness trackers in general.
The technology is due to be released in spring 2015.