As others have said, Breitling replica watches are OK, fakes are not. If the watch carries the trademark or name of the genuine manufacturer, it is a fake. If it carries a different name, but copies the style, it is a replica.
Fakes are normally very poor quality, using Chinese components. Replicas are often better quality, using Replica Breitling Watches.
A very few fakes are made to high standards, but these can cost between 30% and 50% of the real thing. A £95 fake will most definitely be a cheap piece of junk. They are basically £20 watches.
If you want a decent mechanical watch for a low price, look at Tissot, Rotary, Seiko 5, etc. If you want something with a bit more bling, look at Poljot – their Blue Angels chrono is similar to a Fake Breitling Watches , but is an honest watch.
I’ve bought two Breitling replicas, just to compare them with the real thing – I own quite a few high quality (expensive) watches.