The world number seven pairing ensured they ended the year in the best possible fashion as they comfortably dispatched South Korea's Ko Sung Hyun and Kim Ha Na in Sunday's final.
In the end it took just 37 minutes for victory in a dominant display which will see them earn their share of the one million dollar prize money on offer in the Middle East.
It is the duo’s second Superseries title of their career after they took victory in the Hong Kong Open back in 2013.
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"I am in shock and I can't believe we won. I am overwhelmed with emotion," said Gabby. "This is a very big win as the Korean pair have been good all year."
The Commonwealth champions now take a break before coming back to competition in next year in the build up to Rio 2016.
Chris added: "We have fought hard to put things right all week as there have been some really tough matches."
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