The 'Bento Watch' is a Piece of Wearable Tech for Those Who Like to Snack

By: Katherine Pendrill - Mar 16, 2016
References: kotaku & eater
A Japanese agriculture company recently developed a product called the 'Bento Watch,' which allows consumers to ensue that they always have delicious snacks on hand. While it may lack the high-tech features of a smartwatch, this handy piece of wearable tech still serves a very important purpose.

The Bento Watch is a deceptive piece of wearable tech that looks just like an ordinary wristwatch. However, instead of telling time, the watch acts a storage compartment for delicious snacks. In fact, the watch comes pre-loaded with a microscopic, chef-prepared meal that allows for snacking on the go. There is even a pair of tiny pop-out chopsticks to help the wearer keep their hands clean while enjoying the tiny treats.

While the Bento Watch is unfortunately not a real product, the humorous device points out the very real demand for products that facilitate on-the-go snacking.