In this study, the solid-state silver/silver chloride (Ag/AgCl) electrodes were successfully developed for using at high-pressure environment of deep sea. To evaluate the potential of solid-state Ag/AgCl electrodes as the receiver electrodes in EM and DCR systems, the effects of temperature, composition and flowing velocity of simulated seawater solution on the stability of the solid-state Ag/AgCl electrodes were investigated systemically. The solid state electrodes showed potential variance of ± 0.35mV at environment of room temperature or 5 ℃. Moreover, it revealed that the potential variance within ± 0.4mV when the simulated seawater solution containing 0.009 wt% bromide or 0.5wt% sulfate ion. Furthermore, it presented the potential variance within ± 0.45mV at flow rate of water in 1.5 m/s or vibration frequency at 100 Hz. Therefore, the fabricated solid-state Ag/AgCl electrode could be a promising receiver electrode candidate in EM or DCR exploration system for detecting the high resistive target, gas hydrate, under the shallow sea bead.