I want to apologize for the long lapse between Pt. 1 and Pt. 2, finals have been a handful. But anyways to the content we go!
Unfortunately it does not look like the Micro:Fit will have a watch/clock component, as I can not find any module for the Micro:Bit to act as one. But I was able to make a fancy little bracelet for the Micro:Fit to be worn.
If you go to this link you will see the tutorial I followed to make my Micro:Fit wearable!
I first got an old shirt, you can use any old clothing, in the tutorial they used jeans, or you could also just buy some fabric from a local store. You want to measure out how wide the Micro:Fit is and cut one strip wide enough to support the board (~ 5cm), and long enough to completely envelope your wrist (~ 22-26cm). Add a strip of heavy duty double sided tape to this fabric and place both the board and the batter pack on the tape. Next you will want to cut two pieces of fabric to cover the rest of the double sided tape and fabric on either side of the board (you will want to cover the batter pack with one of the two strips as well). Now once you have completed all of this, you will add Velcro on either end of the bracelet in order for it to allow to attach onto your wrist. See the images of the final product below!
If you missed Pt. 1 you can find it here. It will show you how to program a steps counter, a compass, and a thermometer into your Micro:Fit for a basic activity tracker!
A much prettier version of a wearable Micro:Bit from the tutorial on the BBC micro:bit page.
My version of my wearable Micro:Fit displaying how inactive I was during the entire process.