For a recreational player like myself, I figured I would try a low priced racquet with a lighter weight. I tried this racquet as well as the other flow racquets, and this one seemed to be a little too light for me. I did like the overall comfort of this racquet as well as the maneuverability of it. This racquet seemed to have a nice combination of power and control when the right strings were in it. I am not really a fan of strings that the manufacturer provides, so I went ahead and switched it to Babolat addiction. Even with the string change, I still experienced some arm pain (which I believe is due to the light weight) so I had to switch to a heavier frame. Overall I think this is a nice racquet for someone who needs an extremely light frame and some added power.
I am a casual recreational player that gets out on the court about once a month. At first, the Flow Lite was a little too light for my liking. After adding lead tape, I felt a little more balance to the racquet. It was a pretty comfortable racquet with nice stability at the net (I like to serve and volley.) Overall the racquet was easy to handle and mixed in a decent amount of power while still maintaining pretty good control. Once I start getting out on the court more, I’ll probably move to a frame with a little more technology featured within. All in all, for the price & the amount of times I play tennis, the Flow Lite is a pretty solid racquet.
This is my first racquet, as I started tennis clinics just a few months ago (borrowing a few racquets to see what I liked). The light design and larger head (sweet spot) are great for adult beginners, women, and/or juniors looking for their first full size racquet. So far, so good. I liked that it had pink accents too :-)