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CMOS battery in my MacBook Pro (2007, pre-unibody) has died recently.

I am looking for a replacement, although all I could find so far was only used batteries off ebay.

It says following on the battery's shrink wrap:

CR2025/USTC
PW3+3V
7 8 21

Under the shrink wrap it says:

Panasonic
CR2025
3V
Made in Malasya

So I am wondering if I could simply take a good quality CR2025 battery and use it instead of buying a used one? Or is this some super-secret version of CR2025 only Apple managed to get its hands on and I'd better off getting a used one, although straight of a MacBook Pro?

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Any standard CR 2025 will do the trick.

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