Has a bit vibration up front at low speed with little or light presure on the grips.
My experience with an out-of-balance tire is that it shows up more at higher speeds.
The tires they put on these have a more aggressive tread and can give a bit of bumpiness at low speeds, especially with a light grip on the bars.
I've now had 4 different front tires on my Strom, the original Trailwing had and needed no weight; the Avon Distanzia and TKC80 I put on the next 2 times needed quite a bit of weight. The Anakee I have on there now has a small bit of weight.
The Distanzia & TKC80 were both smooth up to highway speeds until they got some miles on them and cupped. The Anakee gives me a bit of weave at low speeds with light pressure on the bars.
FWIW Dynabeads were not the answer for me in either of the tires I put them in, I won't use them again.
I guess what I'm saying is that you tire is most likely completely normal. You don't say how many miles you have on the bike or what condition the front tire is in so it's hard to make a determination of whether your front tire is in need of replacement.
If it makes you feel good then have the dealer look at it, personally if the symptoms are as you describe I'd just ride it.
Not all tires need balancing weights.