Based on the ArcSaber 10, the ArcSaber 10 Peter Gade (Arc10PG) Limited Edition badminton racket is designed based on Peter Gade's colour identity, a gentleman's silver. There is a brilliant white colour design on the frame running through the shaft to which a champagne gold is added. The whole body looks gorgeous and sleek.
This racket uses fewer colours to give it a clean, subtle style. YONEX worked hard on the silver to reflect the exclusive image of Peter Gade. The gold colour on the top and on the lower left and right part of the frame gives the racquet a romantic rapier quality.
Peter Gade requested the colour designs to be simple and to express his desire to win with elegance, which is what the champagne gold represents. Power and panache lie at the heart of Peter Gade's racquet design.
YONEX has developed new designs based on each players' favourite racquet and inspired by each players' style. The three players also had hands on role advising on the designs.
On the quest for the best racquet YONEX made more than 200 different designs for each model. Then they picked 30 to 40 different designs to develop into sample racquets. Finally, after exhaustive testing and retesting, YONEX created the ultimate design. Each player's signature was engraved into their respective racquet to show that the racquet had captured the player's spirit.
Rumored as the latest ultimate weapon in the sport of badminton, the Yonex Arc Saber 10PG has the latest and greatest technology to help its user achieve power, speed, and control. The ArcSaber Series of rackets utilize Yonex's exclusive Cup-Stack Carbon Nanotube technology to create a revolutionary blend of power and control. Positioned at the sides of the racket frame, this revolutionary technology absorbs and harnesses energy from the shuttles impact to provide the player with unparalleled feel during every shot. This energy is then transferred into a return of supreme strength and pinpoint accuracy.
The ArcSaber 10 (Arc 10) is used by the top world champions such as Taufik Hidayat who recently won the US Open 2009 badminton tournament.