Kohler K-560-VS Bellera Review

It’s important to take your time when selecting the right faucet for your kitchen. The perfect choice will become a nice compliment to the existing decor, will also make your everyday cleaning tasks much easier and will last for years to come. So if you’re wondering if the Kohler Bellera is that perfect choice, you’ve come to the right place. In the Kohler K-560-VS Bellera review below, we’ll cover all the features of this pull-down kitchen faucet, as well as its advantages and downsides.

Our Review


The Bellera faucet features a sleek design with an elegant, high arc spout and an ergonomic single lever. The addition of concave curves adds to the beauty of the faucet. The style manages to look both classic and modern, so it can become a nice addition to various kitchen designs.

As we’ve mentioned above, it’s a high gooseneck type of kitchen faucet, which gives an ample amount of clearance inside the sink. The height of the spout is 16-3/4″ so you can fit under it even the biggest pots for their cleaning or filling up with water.

Moreover, the spout swivels 360 degrees. That gives you even more clearance in the sink and also makes it more convenient using this faucet if you install it on a kitchen island or on a double basin sink.

This model is sold by Kohler in various colors, allowing to choose a matching color to existing kitchen fixtures. The selection includes vibrant stainless, polished chrome and oil-rubbed bronze. For example, the vibrant stainless is a very neutral color that easily matches various decor settings. All three finishes are made to last a long time with good resistance to corrosion and tarnishing.


The body of the faucet is made from premium metal, giving it a solid built quality. To provide the longevity of the fixture, it also comes equipped with ceramic disc cartridges. These meet the standards of the industry for ensuring durable performance.

Pull-Down Usability

The pull-down spray head on this Kohler K-560-VS Bellera detaches from the end of the spout and extends into the sink. The spray head ergonomically fits in the hand and offers you plenty of maneuverability for carrying out those up close kitchen sink tasks. The whole pull-down system includes a braided nylon hose and a swiveling ball-joint. The combination gives it extra flexibility, so you can easily direct the spray in any direction you need. You can even reach pots standing on your countertop.

To keep the wand in place when you’re not using it in a retracted position, the spout features a magnetic docking system. It securely locks the wand into place and also makes sure that it doesn’t start drooping over time.

Another great thing about this Kohler Bellera faucet is the selection of spray head functions. There’s a toggle switch located on the wand that offers the stream, sweep spray and pause modes. The stream mode is for everyday tasks, such as filling up pitchers or pots of water. The sweep spray, on the other hand, is the option for those times when you need a more powerful and wider blade of water to sweep away any mess in your sink or dishes. And when you just to stop the water flow for a second, you can toggle to the pause.


The Kohler K-560-VS kitchen faucet was designed for easy maintenance. The MasterClean spray face is designed with soft rubber nozzles. It resists the buildup of minerals and if it does accumulate, you can easily wipe it away with just a swipe of a finger.


Concerning installation, Kohler also made sure that this faucet would fit almost any kitchen. You can mount it on a 1, 2, 3 or 3-hole configuration, be it on top of the sink or countertop. So you can mount it as it is on 1 hole and create a cleaner look of the faucet area. But you can also use the included escutcheon if you prefer to have it installed on 2, 3 or 4 holes.


All Kohler faucets are warranted a leak-free and drip-free performance as long as the original purchaser owns the home where the fixture is installed. The limited lifetime warranty covers defects in material and workmanship. So if you’ll find any defects, you can file a claim and get a repair or a replacement part or product. However, keep in mind that the limited lifetime warranty is only applicable for residential use and not commercial use.

Kohler K-560-VS Bellera Pros And Cons


  • Ergonomic single-handle design.
  • Durable premium metal construction.
  • Corrosion and tarnish resistant finishes.
  • High-arc gooseneck that offers superior clearance in the sink.
  • Pull-down, three function spray head.
  • ProMotion technology that makes it easier to maneuver the spray head in all the possible directions.
  • Ceramic disc valves.
  • 1.5 GPM water flow.
  • Simple installation.
  • ADA compliance.
  • Limited lifetime warranty.


  • Some people have mentioned in their reviews that their faucet developed a pinhole leak in the hose right above the faucet head.  However, under the limited lifetime warranty, they were able to get a replacement part and to have the faucet working again.
  • Also, this pull-down faucet is recommended for deep sinks. If installed on a sink that is too deep or too shallow, the spray might create too much splash around your sink area.
  • Another thing to take into account is the amount of space you’ll have between the faucet and the wall behind it. The temperature is adjusted by moving the lever backward and forward. So make sure that you have there at least the minimum amount of space.

Bottom Line

The K-560-VS Bellera is one of the most popular Kohler kitchen faucets. It does come with plenty of good features and a great design. Moreover, it’s a product that’s available at a very reasonable price. It is also a fixture that is manufactured by a company that stands behind its solid reputation, offering a limited lifetime warranty for their faucets. In all, it’s an overall good kitchen faucet. However, it’s not the highest rated Kohler product. Other highly rated and reviewed Kohler kitchen faucets include the K-596-VS Simplice and the K-780-VS Cruette.

Fakrul Islam

I am a plumber and faucet reviewer by heart. I have been in the business for over 2 years and I have seen about every type of faucet on the market. I started this blog as a way to share my knowledge and help people make informed decisions when it comes to choosing a faucet for their homes.