Minimal assembly was required before staking the solar lights to the ground. Assembly took very little time to do. I lined the trio of solar lights next to my deck step at my campsite. At night, the tubes light up bubbles in various colors. The colors rotate continuously from red to green to blue to yellow. The three lights, lined up together, look quite captivating at night. The lights are very visually pretty as is, but I think they would be extra nice if the tops lit up as well.
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