We continue studying the robustness of coronal seismology. We concentrate on two seismological applications: the estimate of coronal scale height using the ratio of periods of the fundamental harmonic and first overtone of kink oscillations, and the estimate of magnetic-field magnitude using the fundamental harmonic. Our analysis is based on the model of non-planar coronal loops suggested by Ruderman and Scott (Astron. Astrophys.529, A33, 2011), which was formulated using the linearized MHD equations. We show that the loop non-planarity does not affect the ratio of periods of the fundamental harmonic and first overtone, and thus it is unimportant for the estimates of the coronal scale height. We also show that the density variation along the loop and the loop non-planarity only weakly affect the estimates of the magnetic-field magnitude. Hence, using the simplest model of coronal loops, which is a straight homogeneous magnetic cylinder, provides sufficiently accurate estimates for the magnetic-field magnitude.