SYLVANIA Wifi LED Smart Light Bulb, 60W Equivalent Full Color and Tunable White A19, Dimmable, Compatible with Alexa and Google Home Only – 4 Pack (75674)

Special FeatureDimmable, Color Changing
Light TypeLED
Indoor/Outdoor UsageIndoor
Wattage9 watts
Light ColorMulticolor
  • Hassle-Free Voice Control: The SYLVANIA SMART+ light bulbs are compatible with Alexa, Siri Shortcuts, and Google Home. Power the lights, dim, and adjust colors using simple voice commands – no hub required. Not compatible with Apple HomeKit.
  • Lighting for Better Living: Schedule routines, alarms, and bedtimes with your SYLVANIA Smart WiFi LED light bulbs. Control the lights when you are away and keep your home safe and secure – anytime, anywhere. Even when you’re on vacation.
  • Home, Reimagined: With SYLVANIA SMART+ LEDs, you can redesign the look of your family rooms, home office, recreation, and family rooms. They offer a spectrum of light, color, and dimmable functionality allow you to control the mood anywhere at home.
  • Vibrant Colors and Illumination: select from more than 16 million colors and tunable whites for relaxing ambiance.
  • Color to Last: Backed by our 2-year SYLVANIA warranty, enjoy 15,000 hours of hands-free home lighting or your money back, guaranteed.
  • Please note that you must be connected to a 2.4 GHz Wifi network. The LED light bulbs are for indoor use only and not for use with fully enclosed fixtures.
  • Dimmable via app or voice control with smart speaker. Not compatible with traditional wall dimmers. Do not install this device on a circuit with a dimmer switch.
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Device detailed description

SYLVANIA SMART+ WiFi products provide dynamic and hands-free home experiences by reimagining lighting with just the sound of your voice – anytime, anywhere. Compatible with Amazon Alexa, Siri Shortcuts, and Google Home, SYLVANIA offers reliable illumination designed to simplify and color your favorite home spaces directly from your smartphone or voice command. With dimmable features, you can customize the brightness to match your mood, an occasion, or the time of day. Use simple commands to turn the lights on and off, dim or brighten, or cover rooms in your favorite color. It’s as easy as, “Alexa, turn the lights to indigo,” or say, “Hey Google, dim the lights to 50%.” With set-up in minutes, use the free SYLVANIA SMART+ WiFi App to begin so you can easily start your home experience via voice control and your smart home assistant. Pick from one of the 16 million colors or tune your white lighting temperatures from soothing soft white to an energetic daylight. Rethink, reimagine, and relive your home experience with SYLVANIA SMART+ lighting.

Features and specification

Brand Smart devices brand

Integration Supported smart home integration

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Interface Smart device connectivity interface

Manufacturer Smart device manufacturer

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Color Available colors

Material Smart home device material


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Type of Bulb

Luminous Flux (Lumens)

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Included Components

‎4 LED Smart Bulbs

Batteries Included?

Batteries Required?

Warranty Description

‎2 years.

Product Dimensions

‎8.43 x 11.86 x 4.26 inches


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Product guides and documentsInstallation Manual (PDF)FAQ (PDF)

Frequently asked question

Are these Apple compatible

These are not compatible with apple/siri/homekit. I'm not sure why JFR/manufacturer is claiming this, but these only work with Alexa/Google. It says so right on the box. There are apparently other sylvania bulbs that will work, but these will not sync up with HomeKit as there is no QR code.

Does the wifi work on 5gHz or 2.4 gHz?

These bulbs connect directly to your WiFi network via the router. A hub is most often used for devices that connect via Zigbee radio signal.

App isnt on google playstore.... what ⁸do i do?

We apologize for this issue. We are working with the Google team to reinstate the Sylvania Smart Wi-Fi app asap in the Google Play store.

Does the sylvania wsmart wifi app not exist in google play store?

We apologize for the issues regarding the Sylvania Smart Wi-Fi app. Following a new version release on July 14th, customers using Android phone models are unable to open the app (it crashes or freezes). We are actively working on a new release that should become available from the Google Play store over the week-end (… see more We apologize for the issues regarding the Sylvania Smart Wi-Fi app. Following a new version release on July 14th, customers using Android phone models are unable to open the app (it crashes or freezes). We are actively working on a new release that should become available from the Google Play store over the week-end (July 16th-17th). In the meantime, if you intend to use our Wi-Fi devices with Alexa or Google and if you have an iPhone, you can pair the devices using the iPhone and link them to Alexa or Google. Once the app is ready for Android phones, you can then revert to using your Android phone (using the same account created on the iPhone).



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  • Anonymous

    Cheap way to add smart bulbs to your home

    I’ve been slowly getting into the smart home for awhile now. I wanted Philips Hue but we all know how expensive those bulbs are. I was browsing bulbs and saw theses bulbs on sale so I decided to order some along with some Treatlife color smart bulbs which are normally around the same price (both bulbs are generally $35 regular price at the time of this review). One thing to immediately note about these bulbs, they have a note on the box and in the instructions saying they are not for use in fully enclosed fixtures so keep that in mind. When I received the bulbs I was impressed with how much they looked like regular bulbs once installed in a fixture. I’ve had CFL bulbs in all of my fixtures for years so it was nice to see the more traditional look in my fixtures again. Setup was easy. As soon as I applied power the bulbs started flashing. I downloaded the Sylvania Smart+ app, signed up for an account and connected to the wifi network I was installing the bulbs on. The app found the bulbs and added them one by one. The whole process took around 15 mins. Subsequent pairing were way shorter since I didn’t have to sign up for an account.

    I noticed these bulbs mentioned CRI rating so I decided to compare them against another popular cheap smart bulb manufacturer, Treatlife. These bulbs are bright when using regular white light. I couldn’t really tell a difference between these and the Treatlife as they both were bright and had tunable whites.

    The Sylvania bulbs showed their oomph once I started testing colors. The colors were brighter and more vibrant than the Treatlife bulbs. The difference was really noticeable so if you’re looking for bulbs that are pretty bright when displaying colors then I would go with these bulbs.

    Connecting with Amazon and Google was a simple process as well. Just search for Sylvania in the respective apps and it should allow you to login and connect to the Sylvania account you created. Once you do that you’ll be able to control the lights via Alexa or Google Home. I was so impressed I ordered 8 more bulbs. But I admittedly came across the problem a few reviewers mentioned. One of the bulbs would always flicker and flash. Initially it started when displaying blue or white. Yellow, red and green displayed fine but over time the problem got worst and worst. The bulb flickered and flashed anytime it was on no matter the color. I ended up putting that bulb in a rarely used lamp just to keep it out of the way. But that’s the only bulb I’ve had problems with out of the 12 I received.

    Lastly for all my techies, unfortunately this bulb does not interact with the Smart Life or Tuya Smart app. You HAVE to use the Sylvania app. The bulbs use a Tuya chipset but the pairing process always times out on the ‘cloud’ step. The app detects the bulb but can never connect it to the cloud. So if you use Home Assistant, Homebridge etc for local control you will not be able to control these bulbs locally via 3rd party apps. There aren’t even any integrations or add ons available for these bulbs in those platforms. So if you’re trying to get everything into one app unfortunately these bulbs will not allow you to do that unless you use the Alexa app or the Google home app. Any other 3rd party app integration is non existent. That could change in the future but at the moment you’re out of luck.

    Nonetheless I have enjoyed these bulbs. Easy setup, bright colors, bright regular light and pretty reliable. They are also pretty cheap as most full color smart bulbs cost a little more. I can’t comment on reliability yet as I’ve only had these bulbs for a couple of months now but they are all still working with the exception of the one bulb that flickers/flashes. I do notice that a couple of bulbs occasionally stop responding but a quick power cycle fixes that problem. All in all I recommend these bulbs if you’re looking for a cheap way to add some smart bulbs to your home, especially if you want bright colors without paying $40+ per bulb. If you’re a techie that wants to integrate these bulbs into a third party smart platform other than Amazon or Google then I would look elsewhere.

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  • Anonymous

    Don't Count on the Timer

    Hey everyone, I picked these up hoping to use them as a part of a system to help me adjust my sleep schedule. I had hoped to use them to turn on in the morning to help me wake up, and then turn red an hour before bed… unfortunately it just doesn’t work. Its not that the bulbs themselves can’t change color, or aren’t bright enough the problem seems to come in with the Wi-Fi aspect.

    I have tried using the app in many different ways:
    Android Devices with Firewalls on
    Android Devices without Firewalls on and uninstalled
    Apple Devices with Firewalls on
    Apple Devices with Firewalls off and removed

    and everyone’s favorite for an item you bought for the wi-fi aspect… manually turning the thing off and on by hand.

    In every situation it seems that the app needs some serious updates, specifically on everyone of my devices:

    Samsung S20 Ultra
    2021 Apple iPad Air
    A Google Fire 10

    To work the app REQUIRES me to shut off my wi-fi on my device, wait ten (10) seconds, and then restart the wi-fi and then open the app. If I take more than two (2) or three (3) minuets I have to repeat the process as the app won’t work, and I only have the same two (2) or three (3) minuets to do any adjustments that I want including turning the bulbs off and on. Scheduling? Forget abdout it. The bulbs turn themselves off and on whenever they want to, always in the last color used, and only during normal ‘on times’.

    It gets worse however. Using the bulbs manually they will stay on a random amount of time, on average four (4) hours, but not less then two (2) and then they turn themselves off. Why in the world when the scheduler is set for the bulbs to be on would they turn themselves off? Because the scheduling part of the app doesn’t work. Before you say ‘well you didn’t configure your firewall’ read again. I’ve run the app with firewalls completely turned off and removed from the devices.

    Now for the positive parts. When the app works, it works well. The lights are highly customizable when it comes to brightness ranging from one (1) to one hundred (100) percent and have a nice array of colors. They are a bit large for one of my lamps so the bulb sticks out some form the hood, but otherwise no issues with the install or the other lamp I’m using them in. They are a bit harsh for direct lighting, but a bit of Google use and you’ll have an easy fix for that.

    As for Alexa? Yeah I don’t use it or Siri, Bixby, and/or whatever Google is calling their voice assistant.. Longevity? Well I can say they will last several months with (twelve) 12 hours per day or more use. I can say this as I use them in my office/bedroom.

    In short if Sylvania which now seems to be owned by LEDVANCE cared enough to update their old software, update the bulbs to use the new software, or otherwise seemed to care these bulbs could be good if not great. As it is however they basically are the same as the bulbs you can buy that have a separate remote… only your phone is the remote. Honestly I’d give them 2.5 Stars if Amazon let me, but since they don’t and since the app does technically work if only for brief periods I give them 3 out of 5 stars.

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