A new study has found that the Premier League are selling some of the most advanced appliances in the world.
The new study, by Lux Research, looked at the number of products sold in the Premier league in the past 12 months.
The study, commissioned by the Premier leagues association, was carried out by a team of scientists from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and included data from over 2,500 Premier League shops.
The findings showed that the average appliance price is £749, with the cheapest £1,000.
The cheapest model is the Lutron 2.0, which retails for £1.1m.
The study also found that many Premier League teams have a very wide selection of appliances, with 10 per cent of the Premier teams having more than 20 appliances, while the average is 3 per cent.
“The Premier League is very good at selling high quality appliances,” said one of the researchers.
“The Premier league is very selective.
It has an incredibly wide selection and can go to any price level, and its brands are very well known.
The Premier league has a great deal of brands to choose from.”
Lux Research said the Premier clubs are also in the top five in the number and quality of appliances sold.
The research found that more than half of the clubs in the league had at least one appliance, with two of the top three brands being Lutrons and Lutro.
The research also found the number sold by each club in the last 12 months is a record high at 11,800.