It's hard to resist the blub-blub sounds that come from the bubbling coffee in a percolator. These days, you can still get the stove-top models but there are electric versions too.
Farberware has a whole line of electric percolators, with fine chrome finishes. They have models that brew 4, 8 or 12 cups of coffee. $40-$60
You can get the Retro percolator in two sizes: small for 2-6 cups, or the larger one for up to 12 cups. You can adjust the thermostat for light or strong brewing. $80
A good size coffee percoloator, with 1000W of power and a 10 cup capacity. After brewing, the base will keep your coffee hot for half an hour. $99
For the old-fashioned folks. This simple stainless steel perker just sits on the stove and produces 4-8 cups of good, strong coffee. $30
A very stylish percolator, made from stainless steel. The signal light lets you know when the coffee is ready, and the large handle makes for easy pouring. $50
A smaller percolator, great if you only want a few cups of coffee at a time. The long spout is quite elegant looking, and the cord detaches for easy use. $45
The fast brew technology will have your coffee ready in just under a minute. It has a 12-cup capacity and include a built-in filter basket. The lit indicator will let you know when your coffee is finished brewing. $40