In a new study, luxury watch brand Elton Brand said that only 1% of its watch customers actually purchased a watch from its brand.

The study found that just 0.1% of the watches sold were bought by Elton.

This represents just one out of 100 watches sold.

In comparison, the brand sold 4.2 million watches globally, or one in 10 watches.

The brand said that it was disappointed that most of its watches had been discontinued due to the economic crisis.

“We are a luxury brand with a strong heritage,” said a statement on the company’s website.

“For this reason, we continue to invest and create a strong brand to drive our brand into the future.”

Elton brand is owned by the Swiss luxury watchmaker Elton, which is the world’s largest watchmaker.

It is a subsidiary of French company, Elton Group.

The company says it has an “international reach” of more than 40 countries and more than 4,000 brands.