Jan Krause has developed a "spray-on condom" system in the form of a pump that squirts out liquid latex through a multitude of nozzles that cover the erect member with a latex sheath in a matter of seconds.
The penis is placed inside a chamber, like a mini-car wash, where it is covered by jets of liquid latex.
After allowing 25 seconds for the latex to dry the spray on condom is ready for action.
Krause claims it is better than the one-size-fits-all versions currently on sale in stores.
"With our technology we could spray a condom on an erect elephant," the Mirror quoted Krause, as saying.
However, the new invention has received mixed reactions, with some finding it great, while others saying they cannot imagine actually using it in the bedroom.
"There's the romance factor: applying the condom does interfere with the sex act," Krause said.
Krause has filed for a patent for the latex spraying system.
The spray-on condom will be more expensive than conventional ones, with the chamber costing about 17 pounds and the liquid latex refills, which make 10 to 20 condoms, will be priced from 5 pounds to 7 pounds.