The Amare Knives 6.F, which is also called the Sixth-Finger, is a fixed knife designed by German knife maker Ulrich Hennicke and made by Real Steel Knives.
The idea behind the 6.F can already be found in the name. The 6.F is made to function as a sixth finger. An extension of your hand as it were. The very intriguing D2 steel handle does not only look amazing, each curve was designed as such that you can easily hook your fingers through it. As such the 6.F feels very secure in your hand, making it possible to do almost anything with your hand as you use it. Because of the compact and well-thought out design the knife will never get in your way! Practical when you work in a warehouse and still want to use your hand when you open boxes.
However, it doesn't end there. Ulrich Hennicke's master brain literally thought of everything! The 6.F is also specifically designed to be used outside, as a survival knife. Because of the curves, the finger hole and the lanyard hole you can easily tie the 6.F to a stick with a piece of paracord. As such you can quickly make an improvised spear. In case you ever need one in a survival situation. You can also turn the 6.F into an axe by sticking a stick in the finger hole. For this to work it is, however, important that the stick fits perfectly. Finally the 6.F can also be used as a hook to hang a kettle or pan from. Put a stick through the finger hole and place it horizontally over the fire. The part of the handle your little finger rests on hangs down and now functions as a hook. Incredibly innovative!
The Amare Knives 6.F comes with a strong kydex sheath with a chain. As such you can also carry the 6.F around your neck as a neck knife.