In the year 2016, watches serve many more purposes than just displaying the time. There are watches that keep track of the date, watches that receive text messages and watches that track how many calories you have burned in one day. Even more surprising, is that a Japanese agriculture company has just designed a watch which can store a mini bento box within the face. Eater.com posted a video which pictures surgeon like chefs slicing up tiny pieces of vegetables to fit inside the watch. Snack on the go seem like a very practical idea but how successfully can these engineers design the watch so food particles do not interfere with the inner workings of the watch?